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ORIGINAL RECORDS 

OF 

EARLY NONCONFORMITY 
UNDER PERSECUTION AND INDULGENCE 



VOL. I TEXT 



AB- 



ORIGINAL RECORDS 



OF 



EARLY NONCONFORMITY 

UNDER PERSECUTION 

AND INDULGENCE 



TRANSCRIBED AND EDITED BY 

PROFESSOR G. LYON TURNER, MA. 



VOL. I. TEXT 



T. FISHER UNWIN 



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LONDON LEIPSIC 

ADELPHI TERRACE INSELSTRASSE 20 

191 1 



TO THE MEMORY OF THE 

NOBLE MEN AND WOMEN HEREIN NAMED, 

WHO FROM LOYALTY TO CONSCIENCE AND TO CHRIST 

WERE WILLING TO 

IE LOSS OF Al 

TO PRESERVE 

THE FREEDOM OF THE SPIRIT IN THEIR WORSHIP 

AND THE CROWN RIGHTS OF THE REDEEMER IN HIS CHURCH 



PREFACE 

In presenting these volumes to the public, the Editor feels that a brief 
survey of their contents is needed as a guide to their use. He therefore 
gives herein 

1. A few notes as to the form and setting of the documents reduced 
to print in Volume I. 

2. An indication of the kind of information to be culled from them. 

3. A general sketch of the scheme adopted in the Classified Summary 
and the Alphabetical Indexes of Volume II. ; and 

4. A few directions as to the most effectual method of dealing with 
the materials for the purposes of history. 

He has added a word or two as to 

5. The stores of information he has gathered in the prosecution of 
his task which could not be included in these two volumes; and of 

6. Grateful acknowledgment to library officials and to personal 
friends, where they are undoubtedly due. 

1. First, then, The Form and Setting of the Original Docu- 
ments. As now for the first time completely reproduced in print, they 
form the Text contained in Volume I. 

The reproduction has been made as exact as possible. In many 
instances special type had to be founded in order to give the abbrevia- 
tions and pointing of the originals. The Editor cannot hope to have 
avoided all error ; but, in every stage of the correction of proof, comparison 
has been made direct with the original, so as to reduce the possibility of 
error to the minimum. 

The Documents here reproduced fall into two groups : I. Episcopal 
Returns, and II. State Papers. 

I. The Episcopal Returns are those made by order of Archbishop 
Sheldon in 1665, in 1669, and in 1676. 

(i.) Text. It does not present the whole of them, but such as are 
preserved in Vol. 639 of the Codices Tenisoniani in the Lambeth 
Palace Library. 

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Of the 1665 Returns (very few of which are preserved) I have 
printed only those reporting Nonconformist physicians and schoolmasters, 
or the whereabouts and attitude of ministers ejected in 1662. 

The Returns of 1669 are much more complete, and report in tabular 
form the Nonconformist Conventicles discovered in each Diocese ; the 
particulars furnished concerning them being: (1) the parishes and houses 
in them in which the Conventicles were held ; (2) the numbers, and 

(3) the 'quality' of those attending them; as well as the names of 

(4) many of their principal ' Abettors '; and (5) the ' Heads and 
Teachers ' who conducted the services. 

The 1676 Returns gave a Religious Census of every Parish in 
England and Wales. The Returns are preserved complete in the William 
Salt Library at Stafford. Duplicates of only two or three are preserved 
D Vol. 639, and these have been reproduced in situ. The particulars 
given are: (1) the number of inhabitants ; (2) the number of Papist 
recusants ; and (3) the number of ' persistent Sectaries ' in other words, 
of Protestant Nonconformists. 

In Vol. 639 the Returns for 1669 and 1676 stand before those for 1665. 
They are ' reproduced ' in this volume in that order. Their tabular 
form is also retained, in order to make the reproduction as close as 
possible. [This necessitated the printing of this section ' oblong,' and 
the reading of it sideways. The Editor trusts the student will feel that 
the clearness and regularity of the setting will more than compensate 
for any inconvenience involved in the use of this part of the book.] 

(ii.) Pagination. The figures following the letter R (which is the 
abbreviated symbol adopted throughout the work for * Episcopal 
Returns ') in the left-hand margin of these tables are the numbers of the 
pages in Vol. 639. In the original, the pagination numbers are placed 
on only one side of each leaf (the side which is on the reader's right in 
every opening); the other side, or back of the leaf (which is on the 
reader's left in each opening), is in these volumes indicated by the letter 
b following the pagination number of the original. 

The only exceptions to this tabular arrangement in the Episcopal 
Returns are those for the Diocese of Durham and the Archdeaconries 
of Chester and Richmond ; so that these are printed (upright) in the 
ordinary way, as arc the Returns for 1665. 

II. The Licence Documents. These consist of two volumes of 
State Papers and three Entry Books. 

1 The two volumes of State Papers are calendared as State Papers, 
Domestic Scries, Charles II., Vols. 320 and 321,' or (to use the abbn \ is- 
tions always employed in applying for them in the Research Reading- 



ERRATA 

Page ix, line 17, delete 'John' and substitute 'Nicholas'; and 
' Church dignitary ' and substitute ' doctor of physick.' 

Page xix, line 1, delete ' John ' and substitute ' Nicholas.' 



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Room of the Record Office) S. P. Dom. Car. II. 320, and S. P. Dom. 
Car. II. 321. 

(i.) Form of the Text. Most of the papers bound together in these 
two volumes are Memoranda of application for Licences under Charles's 
Indulgence, or of receipts for them when they were taken away from 
Whitehall. But they also contain other series of documents of great 
interest and historical importance. There are thirty-two formal 
Petitions to the King for Licences, and five Addresses of Thanks to him 
either for his gracious Declaration of Indulgence or for Licences already 
secured under it. There are also (especially in the earlier part of Vol. 320) 
several documents which give us an official view (a view gained in the 
office of Lord Arlington) of the inception of the Indulgence, and the 
determination alike of the exact forms which Licences were to take, and 
of the methods to be used in the actual administration of the Indulgence. 

One of the most important of these is a series of letters addressed to 
Lord Arlington, or (more frequently) to Sir Joseph Williamson (his 
Chief Secretary) by Dr. John Butler, a Church dignitary who acted as 
intermediary between the Whitehall officials and the Nonconformists of 
London. Another is a set of drafts of the three kinds of Licences 
which were issued to approved applicants.* And yet a third most 
interesting series is of what may be called < derelict ' Licences ; actual 
Licence-forms more or less completely filled up, signed, and dated, and 
yet never taken away from Whitehall. We have also a brief corre- 
spondence between a Nonconformist minister, a Nonconformist doctor, 
Colonel Blood, and Sir Joseph Williamson, which casts a vivid sidelight 
on the question whether fees could be charged for securing Licences, 
or whether it was not the intention of the King that Licences should 
be given without expense to the applicant. 

(ii.) Pagination. It is clear that there have been (at least) two 
arrangements and registers of these papers. 

At first they were kept loose in brown paper parcels. When so arranged, 
each leaf, whether detached or part of a folded sheet, was separately 
numbered at foot of right corner. But they were subsequently rearranged, 
and mounted so as to be bound in Book-covers or Albums, which are 
calendared as Vols. 320 and 321 of the State Papers of Charles the 
Second's Reign ; and when so re-set the numbering was, not of leaves, 
but of complete papers, whether consisting of single leaves, small slips or 
scraps of paper, or folded sheets of several pages in length ; the figures 
being then written in pencil on the right top corner of the first page in 

* The draft printed in the ' Transactions of the Congregational Historical 
Society,' Vol. I., No. 6, p. 408, is only one of fourteen. 



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each. It is these pencilled numbers which are used in all the references 
in the Calendar of State Papers, and it is these which are used through- 
out the present work. The abbreviations '320' and < 321' are employed 
to indicate S. P. Dom. Car. II. 320, and S. P. Dom. Car. II. 321, and 
the figure following is the number of the paper in each album-volume. 

2. The three Entry Books are catalogued as S. P. Dom. Entry Book 
27, Entry Book 38a, and Entry Book 38B. [The official abbreviations 
are E. B. 27, E. B. 38A, and E. B. 38B. For greater brevity and 
distinctness the symbols employed throughout this work for these three 
are B. (for Book), E. (for Entry), and I. (for Index).] 

(i.) Text. (1) <E. B. 27' is an Entry Book for the record or registra- 
tion of ecclesiastical appointments in the gift of the King, by far the 
largest part of the entries having been made by Sir John Trevor. The 
special interest attaching to the record of the fifty Licences here 
entered is that they were treated by Trevor as ecclesiastical benefices 
in the Royal gift ; and the first and last of them are found on the 
same pages with Royal appointments to livings or official positions in 
the Established Episcopal Church. 

(2) l E. B. 38A ' is an Entry Book devoted entirely to the entry of 
Licences granted under the Declaration of Indulgence, kept by Sir 
Joseph Williamson for Lord Arlington, whose 'Lodgings,' or office, 
were the headquarters for the administration of the Indulgence. The 
clerical detail of the work was committed by Sir Joseph to his chief 
clerk, Francis Benson, and the greater number of the entries are in 
Francis Benson's hand. This is the Book which has been most largely 
used by students of Nonconformist history ; by a very few directly in 
its original MS. form ; by many more, only indirectly, in the Calendar 
of State Papers. The rest of this group, indeed, have scarcely been 
touched, even by the most ardent and eager. 

(3) ' E. B. 38B ' is a very imperfect Index to the Licences entered 
in E. B. 38A. The latter were entered simply in the order in which 
the Licences were made out. In this Index they are re-entered in a 
more condensed form under the head of the Counties in which were 
situated the places for which Licences were granted. The Counties are 
arranged in an inexact alphabetical order, the right-hand margin of the 
book being indented so as to show the names of the Counties in alphabetical 
succession down the edge ; while reference is made easier by a marginal 
column on the left hand of each page, in which are written the names of 
the towns or parishes for which the Licences are available. 

But the entries cover only three months out of the eleven during 
which the Indulgence was in force, and even for these three months the 



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tabulation is by no means complete. Of the Counties, Northumber- 
land is not included, and none of the Licences for London are entered 
at all. 

The reduction to printer's type of the entries in all three of these 
Entry Books has been made as exact as possible, the actual spelling in 
the original being preserved, whether correct or incorrect (according to 
modern standards of accuracy) ; and all contractions and punctuation 
points are given faithfully in every line of every page. 

(ii.) Pagination. In E. B. 27 (B) the pagination numbers are given 
as in the Episcopal Returns. 

In E. B. 38A (E) the figures following E are those placed in pencil at 
the corners of each page in the original (the left-hand top corner of the 
left-hand page, and the right-hand top corner of the right-hand page in 
each opening). 

In E. B. 38B (I) there is no pagination ; but the pages are indicated 
as /, left, and r, right, on each page-opening in succession. 

2. Their Historical Significance. The information contained 
in these Documents covers only the first fourteen years of Nonconformity 
viz., 1 662- 1 676. But the Returns for 1676 convey no definite personal 
information. Those preserved in Vol. 639 of the Tenison MSS. are 
very few in number, and consist simply of schedules of figures, contain- 
ing no names whatever, save those of the clergy who made the returns. 
So that beyond the month of February 167! the documents reproduced 
in this work give no material of personal interest ; and hence it may be 
said that they are almost wholly concerned with the history of the 
first Decade of Nonconformity (1662-1672). 

The Episcopal Returns give us the testimony of the clergy and 
hierarchy of the Established Church as to the ' locale,' the numbers, and 
the character of the Nonconformist clergy and laity in their several 
parishes, in that ten years of attempted suppression under the Penal 
Statutes passed by the two Houses of Parliament ; in 1662, the Act of 
Uniformity; in 1664, the First Conventicle Act; and in 1665, The 
Five Mile Act. 

The '65 Returns tell us the * whereabouts ' and attitude towards 
Church and State of the ministers who had been ejected three years 
before (in 1662). They also report such schoolmasters and physicians 
as are not duly licenced by the ecclesiastical authorities, or are suspected 
of disaffection to Church or State. 

The '69 Returns report the Conventicles still held by Noncon- 
formists, despite the legal penalties to which they were exposed ; and 
give, in addition to the names of their Teachers and principal sup- 



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porters (or * Abettors'), the official estimate of their numbers, their 
social status, and their financial position. 

In a word, the Episcopal Returns present us with a picture of the 
despised and persecuted Nonconformists, sketched by the hand of their 
pitiless persecutors. 

In the Licence Documents, on the other hand, we have information 
about them furnished, incidentally and unintentionally, by the Noncon- 
formists themselves ; information, directly and wholly personal, touching 
their numbers and strength, in the eleven months of 'liberty ' granted to 
such as 'desired' or asked for it, under the Indulgence declared by 
Charles on March 15, 167 J. 

Of Communities or Churches, however, the information furnished 
by either set of documents is very slight indeed. 

The Bishops recognized neither Churches nor clergy among those 
who would not conform in everything to their Church as by law 
established. Had they not unfrocked the clergy by ejectment on 
Bartholomew's Day ? and had they not unchurched the laity by 
excommunicating them ? 

Even in the '65 Returns the ejected ministers are reported as men 
who had lost their clerical status, and who were now merely lay 
parishioners, either pursuing secular callings or living on their estates as 
private gentlemen : and in the '69 Returns they are referred to in yet 
more contemptuous terms ; never as ' ministers ' of the congregations 
to which they preach; almost always simply as 'Heads' and 'Teachers,' 
or (at most) as 'Preachers,' and often only as 'one so-and-so,' quite 
inconspicuous and utterly unknown, though many of them had held 
important livings in the Established Church. 

From the nature of the case, it is only the '69 Returns which could 
report Communities or Churches. But the Congregations returned as 
gathering in Conventicles are not recognized by these Clerical informers 
as Communities at all, much less as organized ' Churches.' To them 
each is simply a concourse of excommunicate ' atoms,' gathered either 
under the impulse of a common aversion to the doctrine and discipline 
of the Church of England as by law established, or by the perverse 
fascination exercised by the talking gifts of the 'ejected.' 

Nor is much more to be gathered from the Licence documents of 
1672. Licences were made out only to individuals. In no single case 
was a Licence issued to a community or congregation. Hence the three- 
Entry Books give us no information whatever as to Nonconformist 
Churches. As far as these three books go, there might not be a tingle 
Nonconformist Church in existence up to February, 1673. 



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It is so, too, with the applications for Licences. In almost every case 
application is made for individuals that they may be personally licenced 
(i) as 'Teachers,' either < in general,' with a roving commission or authority 
to preach in any ' allowed ' or licensed place, or as Teacher in one 
named place, authorizing them to conduct public worship or religious 
services there ; or (2) as Householders, permitting them to use their 
houses usually * a Room or Rooms ' in them as Meeting-Places in 
which members of one special Sect or ' Perswasion ' might assemble for 
their * Public worship or devotion.' The only exceptions are a few cases 
in which the application takes the form of a Petition addressed directly 
to the King, and then the difference is not in the substance of the Petition, 
but in the description given of the Petitioners by themselves. In most cases, 
even here, the Petitioners describe themselves simply as Inhabitants of such 
and such a town or parish or district, their common tie being only that ot 
locality. But six Petitions have this special characteristic that the peti- 
tioners do not disguise the spiritual relations which bind them to each 
other, and make them spiritual Communities. In two the petitioners 
appear before the King as members of a ' Congregation,' distinctly appeal- 
ing to him ' on behalf of themselves and the rest of their congregation.'* 
In one other they describe themselves as a 'Congregational Church';! 
and in three more one in Suffolk and two in Devon they do not 
hesitate to use the word l Church,' in each instance, with simple dignity, 
appealing to the King as ' a Church of Christ.' \ 

Is it not more than a coincidence that in each instance this ' High- 
Churchly ' claim is made by Congregationalists men unsurpassed among 
Protestant Nonconformists for the loftiness of their views, the breadth of 
their theology, and the simplicity of their organization ? 

In view of all these facts, however, the historian of c Organized 
Dissent ' can find little to help him in these ' Original Records.' 

But the stores of information contained in them about individual 
Nonconformists and these the pioneers, the heroes, and the martyrs of 
Nonconformity constitute a rich, even a priceless, treasure. 

Of the ministers ejected in 1662, facts may be gathered here, and at 
first hand, which are not to be found elsewhere. Where these grand 
men were, and what was the character and extent of their active 
service, in the years 1665, 1669, and 1672, is given us in these 
documents on evidence no one can gainsay. And a multitude of 
stalwart Nonconformists, women as well as men, are here brought to 
light, whose deeds should be preserved and whose memories should be 

* Lotterford [321 (3)] and Yeovil [321 (208 I.)]. 

f South Moulton [320 (103)]. 

% Beccles[321 (74)]; Tiverton [320 (18)]; and Exeter [320 (19)]. 



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cherished, as the true Peerage of Stuart Puritanism, the genuine 
aristocracy of Nonconformity. 

3. Classified Summary and Alphabetical Indexes. But how, 
from such a confused mass of material, is anyone to cull the particular 
information which he desires ? The eight or nine thousand names con- 
tained in the 600 pages of the first volume of this work are presented to 
the searcher in a state of absolute chaos, so that the information wanted 
concerning any special place or house or person could be procured only 
by long and toilsome search.* 

To minimize the labour, the Editor has drawn up the Classified 
Summary and the Alphabetical Indexes. 

The task was not an easy one. Revision and corrections almost 
without end have been necessary, and even in passing the work through 
the press the Editor discovered a host of errors and omissions, which 
have had to be inserted on slips as l Errata and Addenda.' It has been 
as mortifying to him as he fears it will prove annoying to the student ; 
but he can only ask 'indulgence,' in view of the formidable mass of 
material to be handled and sifted. And he has this confidence that such 
indulgence will be granted most readily by those who have had most 
experience of what such work involves. 

In the Classified Summary all the references to any one person are 
arranged in the order of date : (i.) in '65, and (ii.) in '69, from the 
Episcopal Returns (R) ; and (iii.) in '72, from the Licence documents 
(B. E. and I). 

The personal names are arranged under the name of the Place 
where the Person lived or exercised an active ministry, the rule of 
arrangement being to place the Teachers first in the list and the 
Householders after. 

Further, the place-names are arranged under the heads of the Counties 
to which they belong, their order in each County being typographical, so 
that their local relations may be realized the more easily. The principle 

In what follows the Editor has no desire to belittle the splendid work embodied 
in the Indexes to the Calendar of State Papers. It is a magnificent piece of work, 
carried through with marvellous accuracy. In the course of the closest examination 

the references to the documents here reproduced, he has found only two or three 
mistakes. 

The arrangement of the Calendar, however, makes it of little use for the purposes 
of a work like this. The principle of that arrangement is strictly chronological 
The precis of all the documents bearing the same date follow each other in the 
pages of the Calendar, without any regard to their subject-matter ; so that sections of 
these documents which follow on in the original are separated in the Calendar if 
they differ in date. 

The objects of the Editor, on the other band, have been topical, topographical, 
and denominational; the significance of chronological data being left tor separate 
and subsequent treatment. 



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of arrangement varies slightly in different Counties. In some, where the 
land-surface is little diversified, it follows simply the points of the 
compass ; but in others, where high hill-ridges or great mountain masses 
constitute natural barriers to movement, the valleys, which always 
determine the course of streams and rivers, give also the natural course of 
spiritual developments, and have furnished the line of arrangement of the 
towns and villages which have grown up along them. 

And, finally, the Counties themselves are arranged in six groups, 
which, on the whole, commended themselves to the Editor as the most 
natural and most practically useful. The more graphically and vividly 
to illustrate this natural connection between different communities in 
the same county or district, the Editor had prepared a series of County 
maps, in which only those places were marked which are referred to in 
these * Original Documents.' But the question of cost compelled him 
to abandon his original purpose of inserting these County maps at the 
beginning of each County section. 

It should be added that each County List is divided into four 
Sections, according to the denomination, ' perswasion,' or 'judgment' of 
the persons concerned. The first is of l Presbyterians,' the second is of 
' Congregationalists ' or ' Independents,' the third is of c Baptists ' or 
' Anabaptists,' and the fourth is of ' Quakers ' ; while, in some cases, 
where special notice was given to them in the Episcopal Returns, a fifth 
is added of Roman Catholics or Papists. 

The chaos of names in the original documents has thus been reduced 
to an intelligible order in the Classified Summary. 

Still, it would not be easy to light upon any particular place-name 
whose Nonconformist connections (in this first decade of Noncon- 
formist history) the Student desired to investigate, and still less easy 
would it be to ' look up ' the name of any one person in whom he had 
any special interest. The Editor has therefore added three Alphabetical 
Indexes : the first of Place-names ; the second of the names of Teachers; 
and the third a somewhat miscellaneous one, of Householders, and others 
who cannot be reckoned as either Teachers or as Householders in the 
technical sense of owning a house used as a Meeting-Place for Non- 
conformist services. In this last list of ' Householders, etc.,' will be 
found also the names of (i) 'Abettors,' or influential supporters of 
Conventicles reported in 1669, indicated by an A printed in the margin ; 
(2) Signatories of Petitions presented in 1672, and preserved in 320 and 
321, indicated by SP in the margin; and (3) Licence- Agents, or, more 
precisely, those who, in 1672, personally presented applications for 
Licences at Whitehall, or took them away from Whitehall when 
granted, either for themselves or others, indicated by a marginal L. 

b 



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In the first and second Indexes the references will be found to be 
direct to the Classified Summary in the bulk of Vol. II., and only 
indirectly (through the references there given under each name) to the 
Original Documents reproduced in Vol. I. And it is the same with the 
names of licenced Householders in Index III. But in the case of 
1 Abettors,' ' Signatories of Petitions,' and ' Licence-Agents,' the refer- 
ences are direct to the pages of Vol. I., in which (i) the Episcopal 
Returns report the ' Abettors'; (2) the Petitions are given to which the 
names of the Signatories are attached ; or (3) the Licence-documents 
occur, which are either signed by the Licence-Agent referred to, or are 
manifestly in his handwriting. These references are made direct, 
because to have included all these names in the Classified Summary 
would have unduly swollen its bulk. 

In these Alphabetical Indexes, moreover, the student will observe 
that the name is not followed immediately and simply by the numerals 
indicating all references to the name. To spare the student unnecessary 
toil, the Editor has interposed between the name and. the numerals two 
symbols which he hopes will economize time and facilitate research. The 
first capital letters in accordance with a List of Abbreviations prefixed to 
the Classified Summary as a whole (p. 628) indicate the County to which 
the place or the person belongs, so that the student will look up only the 
references to the County with which he is concerned ; and the second 
(enclosed within brackets) indicate the Sect or Denomination represented 
either in the place or by the person named, so that the special denomi- 
national interest of the student may find a guide to that of which he is 
in search. 

4. Directions for the Use of these Volumes. By the expert 
this section may be passed over as unnecessary. To a novice, however, 
a few directions may not be without value. 

Is what he desires light on the early history of Nonconformity 
throughout a County ? He has simply to turn to that County-name in 
Index I., and on the pages (of Vol. II.) there given he will find the 
whole of the references in these documents to Nonconformists of every 
name and denomination in every place in that County which was 
visited by the Nonconformist movement in this decade. 

Or is it the Nonconformity in general in any particular district ? 
By turning up the name of any one place in that district, he will find 
not only all the information available about that place, but on the same 
page, or on pages preceding or following it, information about places 
near it which had, in all probability, Nonconformist connections with it. 
Or is it the Denominational history of one particular place he is 



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investigating ? He will find any information regarding it which is 
contained in these documents indicated under the place-name on the 
page or pages indicated in the Index. 

If, on the other hand, he wants to gather original information for 
this period about a special individual, a process of sifting should first be 
performed. That individual may have his namesakes in other places and 
in counties other than his own, and quite possibly in other sects ; so that 
it will save the student unnecessary trouble if he look up only those page- 
numbers which have prefixed to them the symbols of the County and of 
the denomination in which he is specially interested : (Q) if it be 
* Friends' or i Quakers '; (B) if it be Baptists; (C) if it be Inde- 
pendents or Congregationalists ; and (P) if it be Presbyterians. 

It should be added that if the student knows his hero to be a Con- 
gregationalism he will be wise to turn up the pages indicated by figures 
following (P) as well. In those days the two denominations were not 
very clearly differentiated, as no synodal system had at all generally been 
established in either England or Wales, and many persons and com- 
munities were vaguely described as Presbyterians, simply because 
they had broken with Episcopalianism, and are scarcely to be distin- 
guished, either in their tenets or Ecclesiastical connections, from Con- 
gregationalists or Independents. One special word of warning, too, 
may be useful for the student of Baptist history. It was true then, as 
it is true now, that Baptists and Independents were equally Congre- 
gational in Church organization or polity. And many Baptists, especi- 
ally in Bedfordshire and Bucks, following the lead of John Bunyan, 
described themselves in their applications for Licences, and were described 
in the Licences as issued, as Congregational.* 

On turning to the references given after any name in the Classified 
Summary, the natural and only satisfactory method to pursue is as 
follows : 

If the name is that of a Teacher, Preacher, or Minister (indi- 
cated by the abbreviation [t r ] following the name), when the name 
is printed in heavy type the student may at once conclude that he 
was one of those * ejected ' in 1662 ; and in nearly every case he will 
find a reference to the notice of that minister given by Calamy (as re- 
vised and supplemented by Palmer) in his ' Nonconformists' Memorial.'t 
Extracting the information there given, he will use it as a foun- 

* John Bunyan thought that a difference of view on the mode of administra- 
tion of Christian Baptism, on the epoch in the Christian course at which it should 
be administered, or even on the exact significance to be attached to the rite itself 
should not be made a dividing line between the great anti-prelatical or non- Episco- 
palian bodies of Protestant Nonconformists. 

t The references are to the second edition, in three volumes, published in 1802. 



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dation on which to build his story, or as an outline to be filled in by 
any further information furnished in these 'Original Records.' The 
latter may, especially in the West, give (i) the place of his residence 
in 1665 5 ( 2 ) tne area of his i illegal ' ministerial activities in 1669 ; and 
(3) decide the question whether or no he sought a Licence in 1672 ; 
and, if he succeeded, for what place or places he secured the Royal 
authority. If he was so licenced in the first three months succeeding 
the publication of the Indulgence, the student may be fortunate enough 
to learn, from references in 320 or 321, whether his application was made 
early or not, and by whom the application was ' put in ' at Whitehall, 
whether by the applicant himself or by some Licence-Agent. Indeed, 
he may sometimes be able to gather whether the application was attended 
to promptly, or only after reiterated attempts. 

If, however, the name which is the centre of the student's interest 
is that of a Householder who desired that his dwelling should be 
used as an authorized Meeting-place for Nonconformist worship and 
Puritan preaching, the fact is indicated by the abbreviation (m. pi.) 
following it. In that case there will naturally be no reference in the 
Returns of '65. But in those of '69 we may find him reported (in the 
first column of the Episcopal Return) as holding a Conventicle, often 
most vividly described in the other columns, both as to the numbers 
frequenting it, the ' quality ' of those who attend it, as well as the 
names of influential parishioners who maintained and encouraged it, and 
of the Teachers or Preachers who ministered to it. In many instances 
caustic comments are added which give graphic pictures of the men and 
women named. Still further, any Nonconformist who feels that he is 
honoured by a Nonconformist ancestry may find references which 
clearly show that in that first decade of Nonconformity some one in his 
ancestral line was to be found among the stalwarts of those early days, 
either reported as 'Abettor' of some Conventicle in 1669, with his 
social status given by the Bishop's informant, or as of sufficient promin- 
ence and influence in his community as to be a signatory of a Petition 
to the King; or perchance a resident in London in 1672 who acted as 
Licence-Agent for his co-religionists ' in Town ' or in the provinces. 
5. Information perforce excluded from these Volumes. In 
nirse of a close study of these documents, as well as of other State 
Papery University archives, and parochial records contemporary with 
them, the Editor gathered a large fund of information which has made 
many of those named in these Volumes live again as leaders of an 

ceding great army of spiritual champions of Truth ami Liberty. 

The story of the Licence-Agents, for example, has iii several instance! 



Preface xix 

become full and clear. The careers of Dr. John Butler, Colonel Blood, 
and John Hickes, in particular, have been rewritten with greater 
accuracy and richness of detail than can be found elsewhere. And of 
Richard Steele, James Innes, junr., and many others of the one hundred 
and thirty who did this useful work, the account gathered by a patient 
analysis of the documents to which their names are appended makes 
their work a living thing. 

The historical occasion for each set of Episcopal Returns, and the 
light thrown upon the individual Reports by the known character and 
career of the several Bishops, has given to each a deeper interest 
and added historic value. The true history of the Declaration of 
Indulgence, which has been so well told by Mr. F. W. Bate, and with 
such wealth of reference to contemporary literature, has yet been ampli- 
fied and clarified by these State Papers. 

Careful comparison of the Addresses and Petitions has resulted in 
inferences of great interest and significance as to their genesis. 

The detailed examination of the ' derelict ' Licences, too, has brought 
to light much unexpected information. Special study of the topography 
of Whitehall, aided by plans of contemporary authority, has furnished 
these Indulgence negotiations and activities with a clear-cut setting 
which serves to give reality alike to the actors and the scene. And an 
analytic review of these Original Records has crystallized in certain 
general conclusions as to the strength of Nonconformity in its several 
sections which should not be without interest to the Historian of 
Religious Life in England in the early part of Charles the Second's 
reign. 

The Editor had hoped to present all this in an Introductory section 
of the First Volume. Fortunately, he did not promise it, as the expense 
of publishing so great a bulk of additional matter puts its incorporation 
in these two Volumes quite out of the question. He has therefore been 
compelled to keep it back until adequate demand for it would justify 
the financial venture of its publication as * Vol. III., Expository and 
Historical.' 

6. Acknowledgments. The Editor cannot close this Preface with- 
out gratefully acknowledging the unfailing courtesy of the officials both 
at Lambeth and the Record Office. He cannot refrain from noting the 
promptitude with which permission to publish the Episcopal Returns 
was given by the Archbishop of Canterbury, through the kindly offices 
of Mr. S. W. Kershaw, the Librarian, as a signal proof of the changes 
which have taken place since the days of Laud and Sheldon. The 
assistance given him by the superintendents in the Research- Room 



xx Preface 



of the Public Record Office is only typical of the considerate treatment 
given there to all historical students. 

Nor must he fail to own his indebtedness to the learned Editor of 
the Transactions of the Congregational Historical Society. It was in 
response to a challenge thrown out in the Transactions for September, 
1904, that he set about a task which has so grown in magnitude and 
scope as scarcely to suggest its first inception. 

Still less can he omit to recognize the prompt generosity with which 
the appeal made in his circular of more than two years ago was 
responded to by the late Right Hon. Lord Winterstoke, and by his old 
friends, George S. Claydon, Esq., of Oldham, and Edwin Carter, Esq., 
of Lower Clapton. Had it not been for the encouragement given him 
by them, and the fifty or sixty subscribers who then applied for copies 
of the work, he would not have ventured on the enterprise. 

He can only hope that the facilities herein given to further research 
may increase interest in the history of the first decade of Noncon- 
formity, and stimulate some to a more vivid presentation of local 
Nonconformist history or of the story of individual Nonconformist heroes. 



CONTENTS OF VOL. I 



Preface ... 

Episcopal Returns extracted from Vol. 639 of ' Codices 
Tenisoniani ' in Lambeth Palace Library 

Conventicles St. Asaph Diocesse (1669) 

Bangor Diocesse (1669) 

Bath & Wells Diocese, Conventicles 1669 ... 

Arch-Deaconry of Taunton ... ... 5 9 

Arch Deaconry of Bath ... ... 9 13 

Canterbury Diocesse Conventicles, 1669 

Cant. Diocese, 1676 

Diocesse of Chichester (1669) ... 

Ely Diocesse Conventicles 1669 

Exeter The County of Devon (1669) 

Llandaff (1669) 

Lichfield & Coventry Diocesse Conventicles 

Com: Derby ... 

Arch-Deaconry of Shrewsbury 

Arch-Deaconry of Coventry 

Arch-Deaconry of (? Stafford)... 
Lincolne Diocesse Conventicles 1 669 

County of Bedford 

County of Leicester 

County of Bucks 
Conventicles in Hartfordsh. 
London Diocesse Conventic.es 1669 ... 

Conventicles in and about London 

Conventicles in Stepney Parish 

Conventicles in Essex ... 

Middlesex 

Arch-Deaconry of St. Albans ... 
Norwich Diocesse Conventicles 1669 

Archdeaconry of Norwich 

Archdeaconry of Norfolke 

Archdeaconry of SufF. ... 



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Sarum Diocese with the Peculiars of the Deane of 
Sarum Conventicles 1669 
Archdeaconry of Wilts 
Archdeaconry of Berks 
Archdeaconry of Sarum 
Peculiars of the Deane of Sarum in 
Dorset, Devon, Berks & Wilts 
Wiltshire & Berks (Bishop of Sarum) 1676 

WlNTON DlOCESSE CONVENTICLES 1 669 ... 

Hampshire 

Surrey ... 
Winton Dioc: Abstract (1676) ... 
Worcester Diocesse Conventicles 1669. 

CoUNTYES OF WORCESTER & WaRWICKE 

Province of Yorke (1669) 

County York ... 

Archdeaconry of Nottingham ... 

Deanries in Yorkshire... 

Diocese of Durham 

Archdeaconry of Chester 

Archdeaconry of Richmond ... 

Diocese of Carlisle 
DioctsE of York (? 1676) 

Return in 1655, etc. Diocese of St. Asaph 
Exeter Diocese (Summary) 1665... 
Diocese of Bristol (1665) 
Diocese of St. Davids (1665) 
Extracts from Detailed Account, &c, Anno 
Diocese of Exeter 

Archdeaconry of Exon ... 

Archdeaconry of Totnes 

Archdeaconry of Barum 

Archdeaconry of Cornwall 



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Documents connected with the Issue of Licences under the 
Declaration of Indulgence in 1672 
State Papers 

S. P. Dom. Car. II. 320 195 299 

S. P. Dom. Car. II. 321 ... 300 409 

Entry Books 

Entry Book No. 27 413 418 

Entry Book No. 38A 419585 

>ry Book No. 3 8b 586623 



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Vavasor Powell ; John 
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6 

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61 



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63 



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65 



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67 



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83 



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155 



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161 



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5 



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163 



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165 




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2856] continued. 

In the Diocese of Durham, consisting of the Arch-Deaconry of Durham, 
the Arch-Deaconry of Northumberland, & the Peculiar Jurisdiction of 
the Deane & Chapter of Durham, the numbers of psons that continue to 
keepe meeting & Conventicles of pretended Religious worship contrary to 
the Law, are as followeth viz*. 



Within the Arch-Deaconry of Durham 

Att Easington. 
20 Quakers that keepe Conventicles att the house of one John Richardson. 

[286.] 

Att St. Nicholas in Durham. 
22 Quakers that keepe Conventicles att the house of one John Heighington. 

Att Castle Eden. 
Five persons that frequent Conventicles there. 

Att Norton. 
1 Ringleader, a Scotchman, called the Laird Swinton 
100 persons that frequent Conventicles there. 

Att Darlington. 
20 persons that keepe Conventicles att the house of one Cuthbert Thompson. 

Att St. Johns in Stanhop. 
80 persons that keepe Conventicles att the house of one John Hornesby. 

Att Witton upon Were, 
i. viz 1 . Henry Blackett, who at his house entertaineth some Conventicles. 

Att Staindrop. 
20 Quakers that keepe Conventicles, att the house of one widow Pickering. 

Att Whickham. 
29 Independents who frequent Conventicles there. 

[2866.] 

Att Gateshead. 
3. viz. Samuel London, Richard Stockton & John Airy who att their 
houses, entertaine some Conventicles. 

Att Lancaster. 
40 Quakers that keepe Conventicles att the house of one John Hornesby. 

Att Boldcn. 
40 Quakers that keepe Conventicles there. 






Episcopal Returns, 1669 167 

[2866] continued. 

Att Mcdarasley. 
\j persons, who keepe Conventicles att the house of one John Hutler. 



398 persons within the Arch-Deaconry of Durham 

Within the Arch-Deaconry of Northumberland 

Att Newcastle 

/M r Gilpin 



four Ringleaders & Speakers 



M r Durant 
M r Prindle 
M r Lever. 



[287.] j nn sev erall places \ n t hat towne. 

135 persons that frequent the Conventicles there. 

Att Newbourne. 
18 persons that frequent Conventicles there. 

Att Elsden. 

i person viz* John Hall of Otterborne Esq r who att his house entertaineth 
some few Conventicles. 

Att Alnwicke 
12 persons that frequent Conventicles there. 
At Eglingham. 

22 persons that frequent Conventicles there. 

At Kirknewton. 
persons that frequent Conventicles there. 
At Haltwisle. 
i person, viz* M r Barren, who at his house entertaineth some Conventicles. 
Att Kirkhaugh. 

23 persons that frequent Conventicles there. 

Att Shotley. 
27 persons that frequent Conventicles there. 

At Stannington. 
6 persons that frequent Conventicles there. 



253 persons within the Arch-Deaconry of Northumberland 



1 68 Episcopal Returns^ 1669 

[2876.] 

Within the peculiar Jurisdiction of the Deane & Chapter of 

Durham. 
Att Heighington. 
40 or 50 Quakers that keepe Conventicles at the houses of John Richmond 
the elder and John Richmond the younger. 

Att South Sheeles. 
52 Anabaptists or Freewillers, who keepe Conventicles there. 

92 persons within the peculiar Jurisdiction of the Deane & Chapter. 



743 persons within y e whole Diocesse of Durham. 

In the Arch-Deaconry of Chester. 

Bangor T)eanry. 
Hanmer. 

Three severall meetings of Papists to the number' of 40, 
of Quakers, about 30 or 40. 
of Presbyterians, about 60. 

[288.] 

Bangor. No Conventicles 

Worthenbury. No Conventicles 

Blackbourne T)eanry. 
Blackbourne 

Severall Conventicles of Nonconformists, the hearers of them usually to 
the number of 100 of all sorts & Condicons 

There have beene also Conventicles at Darwin Chappell 
Church kirke. A meeting of Independants to the number of about 30. 
Haslingden. Quakers to the number of about 20. 
Burneley. Severall meetings of Quakers. 
Altham. Convent of Independents, and some seperatists. 
Whalley. Severall Conventicles, some very numerous, their last meeting 

consisting of 200 psons or above, others of io, sometimes 20 persons. 
Rossendale. Quakers. 
Clitheroe. Noe Conventicles 
Samsbury. Noe Convent 
Newchurch in Pendale Noe Conventicle 
Walton in le Dale. Noe Conventicle 
Harwood. Noe Conventicle. 
Colne. Noe Conventicle 
Padiham: Noe Conventicles. 



Episcopal Returns y 1669 I &9 

[288b.] 

Fradsham Deanry. 

Lymme. Three Meetings within these 6 months of Nonconformists, to the 

number of 60 or 80, each time. 
Kuntford. A meeting of Quakers to a Considerable number. 
Grapenhall. Anabaptists & Quakers, numerous & frequent Conventicles in 

a Chappell belonging to Budworth parish. 
Ashton sup Mersey. Frequent Conventicles. 
Daresbury. Severall meetings of Quakers. 
Great Budworth. Anabaptists & fift monarchy men. Alsoe great numbers 

of Quakers meete twice a weeke. 
Rosthorne. Severall Conventicles sometimes to the number of io or lesse, 

sometimes 200 
len. A meeting of Nonconformists att Rungoe Chappell to a very great 

number. 
Fradsham. Quakers. 
Runcorne. A meeting of Quakers. 
Waverham. Noe Convent 
Neether-Peever. Noe Conventicles 
Over Peever. Noe Conventicles. 
Northwich. Noe Convent 
Aston. Noe Conventicle. 

[289.] 

Ley land T>eanry. 

Brindle. Weekly meetings of Papists 

Standish. Monthly meetings of Quakers, their number about 40 or 50, 

& severall other Conventicles. 
Chorley. Noe Conventicles. 
Penwortham. noe Convent 
Croston. Noe Conventicles. 

Macclefeild Deanry. 

Bosley. A meeting of Nonconformists. 

Wilmslow. Severall & frequent meetings of Quakers, Independ fcs , Presby- 
terians. 

Prestbury. Conventicle of Nonconformists in Bosley Chappelry, belonging 
to this parish. 

Adlington. Severall that frequent Conventicles in other places. 

Moberly. Meetings of Quakers, Anabaptists, Independents. 

Mottram in Longindale. Meetings of Quakers in Hattersly. 

Siddington. Severall that frequent Conventicles elcewhere. 

Alderley. A Conventicle of 60 persons. 

Stockport. A Conventicle of Nonconformists. 



170 Episcopal Returns^ 1669 

[289] continued. 

Marple. Frequent meetings of Nonconformists. 

Disley. Severall of such as frequent Conventicles elcewhere. 

Gawsworth. Meeting of 30 Quakers, most of them yeomen. 

Cheadle. Noe Conventicles. 

Northerden. Noe Conventicles. 

[2896.] 

Taxall. Noe Convent. 
Pott Chap. Noe Convent. 
Chelford. Noe Convent. 
Merton. Noe Conventicle 
Macclesfield. Noe Conventicle 

Ma/pas Deanry. 
Shocklach. Meeting of Quakers. 
Malpas. Noe Conventicles. 
Harthill. Noe Conventicles. 
Hanley. Noe Conventicles. 
Codington. Noe Conventicles. 
Tattenhall. Noe Conventicle. 
Alford. Noe Conventicle. 
Tilston. Noe Conventicle. 

Manchester Deanry. 
Manchester. Frequent Conventicles of Nonconformists, (w ch are the most 

numerous) oth rs of Anabaptists, Quakers. The persons are Tradesmen 

& mostly women. 
Birch Chap: Frequent & numerous Conventicles, consisting cheifly of 

Independents. 
Gorton Chap: Frequent & numerous Conventicles of Presbyterians. 
Deynton-Chap. Frequent Conventicles, cheifly of Presbyterians, one lately 

holden consisted of about 150 persons. 

[290.] 

Bury. Meetings of Quakers to a great number, Severall other Conventicles 

of Presbyterians, Independents, Dippers, & such like, of the best ranke 

of the yeomanry. 
Prestwich. Severall Conventicles formerly, lesse frequent now. 
Middleton. Frequent Conventicles in Cockey Chappell of Noconf. 
Oldham. Conventicle of Papists to the numb r of about 20 or 30. 
Ratch-Dalc. Frequent Conventicles w th in this parish of Nonconformists 

sometimes about ioo (Tradesmen). 
Dcanc. There have bcenc weekly two or 3 or more meetings, to the numb r 

of 30 or 40, & many times double to that numb 1 '. The psons that 



Episcopal Returns ^ 1669 171 

[290] continued. 

usually soe meete, are ministers & other people of all sorts & Degrees, 

men & women. 
Saddleworth-Chap. A Convent abo* 9 & anoth r of about 7. Presbyter ns . 
Flixton. Noe Convent 
Salford. Noe Convent. 
Eccles. Noe Convent. 
Totmerden-Chap. Noe Convent. 
Butterworth-Chap. Noe Conventicles 

Mtddlewich Deanry : 

ury. Severall meetings, one consisting of about 20 persons. A 

meeting of Quakers. 
Sandbach. Frequent meetings of Quakers. 
Middlewich. Meeting of Quakers. 

[2906.] 

Church-Lawton. Noe Convent 
Litle-Budworth. Noe Convent. 
Whitegate. Noe Convent. 
Over & Wetnall. Noe Convent. 
Church-Hulme. Noe Conventicle 
Brereton. Noe Conventicle 
Warmingham. Noe Conventicle 
Goostry. Noe Conventicle. 

Nampttuicb Deanry. 

Wrcnbury. By Report there have beene severall Conventicles within this 

pish. 
Namptwich. Two sorts of meetings of Quakers to the numb r of 20, of 

Nonconformists, to the numb r of about 30, 40 or 50 
Acton. Meeting of Quakers 
Bartomley. Severall Conventicles 
Marbury. Noe Conventicles. 
Minshall. Noe Conventicles. 
Audlem. Noe Conventicles. 
Bunbury, Noe Conventicles. 
Wibunbury. Noe Conventicles. 
Baddiley. Noe Conventicles. 
. Wistaston. Noe Conventicles. 
Coppenhall. Noe Convent. 

[291] Warrington T)eanry. 

Walton. Two Conventicles of Independents held in Toxteth Parke, the 
usuall number of each is betwixt 100 & 200 some of them husbandmen, 



172 Episcopal Returns, 1669 

[291] continued. 

oth" merchants, w th severall sorts of Tradesmen. Anoth r Convent of 

Papists consisting of about the bett r part of ioo persons, of Divers 

qualities. 
Kirby Chap : in Walton pish, a Frequent Conventicle of about 40 people 

& upwards. 
Halsal. A meeting of Papists. 
Maghull. Severall Conventicles said to be there. 
Northmeales. Several (Quakers & Papists. 
Leverpoole. A frequent Conventicle of about 30 or 40 Anabaptists, most of 

them rich people. 
Formby. Papists about ioo. 

Ormskirke Some Convent of Nonconf. Papists. Quakers 
Alkar. Many publick meetings of Papists. 

Aughton. A Convent. But neith r the numb r , nor Condicon of people great. 
Childwall. Some Conventicles suspected. 
Huyton. Some Conventicles. 

Prescott. Frequent Convent in y e Chappelryes belonging to this Parish. 
Winwick. Very many & numerous Conventicles. 
Melling. Noe Conventicles. 
Sephton. Noe Conventicles. 
Leigh. Noe Conventicles 

[2916.] W or rail T)eanry. 

Eastham. A meeting of Nonconformists att Brombrough. 

Shotwick. noe Conventicle 

Heswall. noe Conventicle. 

Bebington noe Conventicle. 

West Kirby Noe Convent. 

Bidston. Noe Convent. 

Thurstaston. Noe Convent. 

Backford. Noe Convent 

Overchurch. Noe Conventicles. 

Burton. Noe Conventicles. 

Neston. Noe Conventicle. 

Wallezy. Noe Conventicle. 

Stoake. Noe Conventicle. 

Woodchurch. Noe Conventicle 

Citty & Deanry of Chester. 

St. Peters, meeting of Quakers 

St. Oswalds. A Conventicle 

St. Johns. There have becne divers Conventicles. 

St. Maries. Noe Conventicle 



Episcopal Ret urns ) 1669 173 

[291b continued.] 

St. Michaels. Noe Convent 

St. Bridgetts. Noe Convent 

St. Trinity. Noe Conventicles. 

Waverton. 3 or 3 Papists & Quakers in this pish. 

Toperley. Frequent Conventicles of Anabaptists in great numbers. 

Farndon. Noe Conventicles. 

Hawarden. Noe Conventicles. 

Ince Noe Conventicles. 

[292.] 
>odleston Noe Convent, 
ilford. Noe Conventicle 
irrow. Noe Conventicle 
[olt. Noe Conventicle. 

Arch-Deaconry of Richmond. 
Richmond c Deanry, 

ichmond. Quakers, about 40 or 50 
tanwick Papists about ioo 

r ickliffe. Papists about 30 or upwards. 
Jrinton. Quakers about 60. 

[elsomby. Papists. 
Inaresbury. Quakers about 20 or 30. 
itratforth. Quakers about 5. 
Lomaldskirke. Quakers about 40. 

skerig. 40 persons, Quakers. 

J26.] 

Catherick Deanry. 

"hornton Steward. Papists about 100 or 120. 

r ill Quakers Poorer sort of people 

)ownham. a Conventicle of Quakers &c. oth rs of papists. 

ledall. Papists & some Quakers. 

^isgarth. Quakers about 20. 

^overham. Quakers about 20. 

Kendall T)eandery. 

rriesmere. A meeting of Quakers, about 80 or upwards. 

r arton. Meeting of Quakers, about 40. 

lolton. Meeting of Quakers to the number of 40, sometimes more. 
5urton. Quakers 50, sometimes more. 

[alton. Noe Convent. 



174 Episcopal Returns, 1669 



[2926] continued. 

Winandermere Noe Convent. 
Beetham. Noe Convent 
Crossethwait. Noe Convent 
Troutbeck. Noe Conventicle 
Ambleside. Noe Conventicle 

[293.] 

Cope land T>eanry. 

Deane. Meetings of Quakers, sometimes to the numb r of 200. 

Distington Quakers 

Embleton. Some Quakers. 

Cockermouth. Some Nonconformists & some Quakers. 

Egremond. Conventicle of Nonconformists. 

Brigham. Quakers. 

Loweswater. Quakers. 

Lamplugh. Quakers, about 20. 

Ardleiden. \ 

Corney. 

Dreg. 

Bootill. 

Whitehaven. 

Nether Wasdale. 

Wicham. 

Work. 

Millam. 

St. Bees. 

St. Johns. 

St. Bridgetts. 

Innerdale. 

Nuncaster. 

Haill. 

Irton. 

Waberthwayt. 

Ponsonby. 

Hornington. 

Morasby. 

Gofforth. 

[2936.] 

Furnes Deanry. 

Hauxhcad : Quakers meet in great numbers. 
Ulverston. Independents & Quakers. 
Cartmcalc. Quakers about 30, & some Anabaptists. 
Cartmcale fell Chap. Quakers. 



Noe Conventicles in any of these places. 



Episcopal Returns ', 1669 175 

[293b] continued. 
Aldingham. Some Quakers. 
Coulter. Quakers. 
Broughton. Noe Conventicles. 
Pennington. Noe Conventicles. 
Dalton. Noe Conventicles. 

Lonsdale Deanry. 

'unstall. Some Papists. 

Ibergh. Some Quakers, 
lapham. Meeting of about 60 Quakers, 
"atham. Meeting of Quakers, about 40 or upwards, 
mtham. Meeting of Quakers, about 60. 
filing. Quakers to the number of 20 & upwards, & Noconformists to the 

number of 16 & upwards, 
rby Lonsdale. A Conventicle of about 50 or 60. 
>rton. Quakers & some few Independents, 
'hornton. Some few Quakers. 
Heighsham. Quakers about 40. 
Claughton. Papists about 20. 
Caton. Noe Conventicle 
Whittington. Noe Conventicle. 



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Amounderness 'Deanry. 



Kirkham. There are 3 sorts of Conventicles within this parish, one oi 
Papists, one att Westhall, whither visibly & ordinaryly resort some 
hundreds, Another att Monbrick, Another att Plumpton, Another att 
Salwick hall, Oth rs att Singleton. 

the second of Quakers, neere litle Eccleston. 

the third of Phanaticks att Lund Chappell & att Heape Chap : Anoth r 

Conventicle was kept att Kirkham. 

There hath also beene frequent Conventicles att Gousnarth, a Chappelry in 
this parish. 

Burroughbrig Deanry. 
Noe returnes from this Deanry. 



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[297.] [This doubtless 1676] 

THE NUMBER OF PERSONS POPISH RESUSANTS, AND OTHER 
DISSENTERS, WITHIN THE DICECES AND JURISDICTION 
OF YORKE. 



r ithin the severall Parishes of ] 

the City of Yorke J 

Popish Recusants ... ... ... 0086: 

Other Dissenters ... ... ... 0161. 



3806: Persons 



r ithin the Deanery of New Ainstie 

Inhabitants ... ... ... ... 9099 

Popish Recusants ... ... ... 0223 

Dissenters ... ... ... ... 004.1 

r ithin y e Deanery of Old Ainstie 

Inhabitants 3444 

Popish Recusants ... ... ... 0033 

Dissenters ... ... ... ...* 0228 

Within y e Deanery of Craven 

Inhabitants 5564^ 7217^ 

Popish Recusants 0050 j-00 19 I More. 

Dissenters ... ... ... ... 0179J0142J 

Within the Deanery of Pontefract 

Inhabitants ... ... ... ... 26294 

Popish Recusants ... ... ... 0098 

Dissenters ... ... ... ... 0773 

Within y e Deanery of Doncaster. 

Inhabitants 20177 

Popish Recusants ... ... ... 0065 

Dissenters ... ... ... ... 0426 

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178 Episcopal Returns, 1665 

[300 to 3036] 

RETURN IN 1665 OF ORDINATIONS, PLURALISTS, 

LECTURERS, SCHOOLMASTERS, PHYSICIANS, 

& NONCONFORMISTS 



1. Diocese of St. Asaph 
[3036.] 

6. NonConformists & Ejected Min rs . 

None such in this Diocesse. 

Per R dum Prerri ac D num Georgium 

Asaphefi Epum, sub Chirographo proprio, 

Cum Iris missivis. 

1665. 
[304.] 

Exeter Diocesse 
[3053.] 

4. Schoolmasters. 

Lampford. John Drake teaches Schole unlicensed.. 

Plumpton Morrice. A Private Schole, taught by John W" 1 *. who also 
preacheth there Not conformable, and unlicensed. 

[306] 

Dartmouth Edw d Manning, W m Ball. teach English schooles. But 
neither Licensed, Nor well-affected. 

Berry Pomeroy Dan Upton teaches youth, Not Licensed & Excom- 
municate. 

Barum Margar* Underdon & W m Coule unlicensed 

Tavistock Mary Mollins and Lanercombe. both unlicensed. 

Highbickinton John Fewen unlicensed. 

Swinbridge W m Lea. not licensed. 

Westleigh. Eliz. Loveman. not licensed & Excommunicate. 

[3066] 

There are also severall women teachers in St. Martins, Eastlow, Pelicit, 

and Likeyard. disaffected gsons 
Fowey. M r Hugh Warren Gram. Schole, not Licensed 
Ibid. M r Mich. Prestwood ; English, Writing,- Arithm: Not licensed 
Peryn Nicholas Hodge teaches a schole , | 
St. Keverne M r Thomas Cocken L all unlicensed. 

Cury M r Rob. Coode ) 

5. Practisers of P by sick 

Ottery St. Mary. M r John Staple, No graduate, Unlicensed, Disaffected 
Farringdon Joh. Symonds, Anabaptist, Ignorant. Unlicensed. 



Episcopal Returns , 1665 



179 



[307.] 

Leydon Richard Bethog. A.B. Disaffected. Expelled All Souls Oxon 

Tho. Spencer Chirurgion & Practiser of Physic notoriously dis- 
affected 
West Allington. W m Hingston Notorious Quaker 
Woolborough M r Smith B. A. not licensed. 
Pensance. M r Phil: Keate, M rs Phil. Ellis Physick & Chiurg. unlicensed. 

K>7*.] 

Non-Conformist ejected Ministers. 
,xeter I. M r Thomas Ford. 2. M r John Bartlet. 3. M r Rob. Snow. 
4. M r Tho. Trescott. 5. M r Downe. 6. M r Atkins. 7. M r Tickle. 
8. M r Caryll. 9. M r Tapper. 10. M r Hill. 11. M 1 Hollett. 
12. M r Jordayne. The whole Doz. Presbyterians, But not keepers of 
Conventicles, w ch these 3 following Independents doe, viz. 13. M r Lewis 
Stukeley. 14. M r Powell. 1 5. M r Mall 
rusham. 16. W m Stooke AB. now husbandman & peaceable, 
xnne. 17. Rich. Herring A. M: husbandry & Peaceable. 
>t. Thomas Parish. 18 Edw. Hunt, sayd to live peaceably. 
Jttery St. Mary. 19. Rob. Collins. Conventicle hold'. 

20. M r Mawditt. 21. M r Ambrose Clare, peaceable. 
22. M r Groves, a wanderer. 
Theoph. Polewheele, of Tiverton formerly, and there 

keepes seditious Conventieles. 
Richard Sanders, a lurking wanderer & seditious Convent. 
James Haddridge, thence ejected, there remaines. Seditious 
still. 
:6. Steph: Coven. A wandering Seditious Seminary 



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'horncombe. 27. John Hodder. 28. M r Branker. 29. M r Wakeley 
r bid. & 30. M r Trottle 

lonyton 3 J. M r Fran. Sourton. thence ejected. 

[minster 32. M r Barth. Ashwood thence ejected. 

iusbury. 33. M r Rich. Farrand thence ejected, 
fplyme 34. M r Josias Wyat. 

impford Courtney. 35. Tho: Maynard. inoffensive, 
ixborne & Barnstab. 36. Thomas Trimey ejected from Exborne. 
icobstow 37. Tho. Bridgman inoffensive & poore. 

Lsberry. 38. Dan.-Moreton, thence ejected, lives still in y e Pars: house, 
But not inoffensively. 

K>8.] 

'lawton 39. M r Hump. Sanders ; temporall estate, quiet, 
[olsworthy 40. Mich. Taylo r . quietly. 

'avistock 41. Tho: Larkeham thence ejected, stands Excommunicate, 
'limmouth 42. Geo: Huges, B.D. & M r Thos. Martin, Private perverters. 

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1 80 Episcopal Returns^ 1665 

[308] continued. 

43. Sam. Austen. 44. Nich. Sherwill, Notoriously disaffected. 
West Allington 45. Leonard Hyne. A temporall estate 

46. Tooker, a Conventicler 
Totnes. 47. M r Fran. Whiddon. 48. M r Bickley^ 

49. M r Mortimer 
Stokeflemming 50. M r Wm. Bayley 
Dartmouth 51. M r Kempster d 

Dartmouth 52. M r Jam. Burdwood, 53. M r Joh. Flavell, Conventiclers. 
Barnstable. 54 Jonath. Hanmer A.M. Privately and peaceably. 
Ilfarncombe. 54. M r Bifeild. privately. 
Comb-marton 55. M r Stokes. Preacheth abroad sometimes. 
Gr: Torrington 56. John How A.M. peaceably 
Lanceston 57. M r Oliver; he is resid fc some times at Plimmouth. 
Saltash. 58. M r Tomes. 59. M r Tyack. 60. M r Hicks. 61. M r . Wyne. 

62. M r Leadstone. 63. M r Travers. All Notoriously diffacted to 

K. & Ch: 
St. Mabyn 64. Jonathan Wills. Keepes frequent Conventicles. 
Newlyn. 65. M r W m White, lives peaceably. 
Towey. 66. Nathan: Tincomb. peaceably. 

St. Mich. Penkevell 6y. Joseph Halsey, thence ejected. But peaceable 
Fowey 68. Joh: Tutchin 
Helston. 69. M r Rob. Jagoe. 
Guendron. 70. M r Rog. Flamock. 
Constantine 71. M r Joh. Langford. 
Peranarworthall 72. M r Joseph Allen 
Budock 73. M r Tho: Tregosse. a great Conventicle keeper. 

Per D num Sethum Exon Epum 
1665. 

[310.] 

Diocese of Bristol 

A Particuler answere to the Orders & Instructions of the most Reverend 
Father in God Gilbert Lord Arch Bishop of Canterbury his Grace, Primate 
of All England and Metropolitan. Given to Bishopps of his Province, and 
Required to be observed & Certified by them. 

[315.] 

5. Concerning Practisers of physicke. 

There are many that doe Practice Physicke within my dioces, but being 
at soc great a distance from them, I cannot particularize their names, yet I 
never heard that any of them were non Conformists, or any wayes disaffected 
to his majesties lawes or GovWnt, or against the Doctrine or discipline of 
the Church of England. 



peaceable 



Episcopal Returns, 1665 181 

[315] continued. 

6. Concerning Non Conformist Ministers 

There are many non Conformist Ministers in the County of Dorset within 
my dioces, who neither hath nor will take the oath enjoyned them by the 
late act of parliament, but have gotten them private habitations 5 miles 
from any Corporate towne, where they often meet together (about what, 
noe man knowes) And holds Conventicles frequently in divers places, 
b*. 

Benn, late Rector of Alsaints in the towne of Dorchester, is now 
Resident at Maiden Newton 
[ r Thorne, late Rector of Radipole, is now Resident at Compton Valence 
Churchill, late Vicar of Fordington, is now Resident at Compton Valence 
aforesaid 

Lawrence, late Rector of Winterborne Came, is now Resident at 
Frampton 

me M r Swessell, late of the dioces of Sarum is now Resident at Frome 
Vawchurch 
Fuoward, late of Bubbourne is now Resident at Woolcomb in the same 
pish 
[ r Secheverill, late Rector of Tarrant Hinton is now Resident at Winterborn 

Zelston 
[ r Moore, late Rector of Hammoone is now Resident at Milton Abbas 

116.] 

[ r Hallett, late Rector of St. Peters, in Shaston is now Resident at 
Helton 
Lambe, late Rector of Beer Rs. is now Resident at Alton 
[ r Row, late Rector of Litchet Matravers is now Resident at Ham- 
pleston 
White, late Curate of Beer Rs. is now Resident (at) Helt nere Wim- 
born 

Martyn, late Rector of Tarrant Munckton is now Resident at 
Wimborne 
[ r Dummer Late of, hath taken the oath required by the late Act of 

parliament, and is Resident at Dorchester 
[ r Hammond, late Rector of the holy Trinitie in Dorchester hath taken the 
oath required by the said Act of Parliament. And is Resident at 
Dorchester aforesaid 
M r Way, late Rector of West Staffor hath alsoe taken the said oath and is now 

Resident at Dorchester aforesaid 
M r Hodder, late of Hawchurch in the County of Dors fc & Dioces of 
Bristoll Resided there till of Late, but is now removed, as I am 
informed, into the County of Devon. 



182 Episcopal Returns, 1665 

[316J.] 

Endorsement : 

Bp of Bristolls Certificate 

concerning Ordinations 

Pluralists & their Curates 

Scholemasters 

Lecturers 

Physitians 

Non Conformist Ministers. 

1665 

[317.] 

A list of the names of such Non-conformist Ministers whoe are Now inhabit- 
ing w th in the Cittie of Bristoll, contrary to the late Act of Parliament, 
viz* 

M r Chroughton 

M r Ewins 

M r Hazard 

M r Taylor 

M r Voyle 

M r Blindman 

M r Hubbert 

M r Jennett 

M r Brock 

M r Griffin 

M r Paule 
[318] Blank. 
[8186.] 

Endorsed : Nonconformists at Bristoll T.C. 1666. 
[331] 

The Answeres and Returnes of the Right Reverend fathe r in God William 
L d Bpp of St. Davids to severall Orders and Instructions sett forth by the 
most Reverend father in God Gilbert L d Arch Bpp of Canterbury Primate 
of all England and Metropolitan his grace 

[3366.] 

To the 6. Article Concerninge Non Conformist Ministers 

Daniel Higgs clerke was ejected out of the Rectory of Portvnon in the 
Deanry of Gowre & County of Glamorgan and Diocess of St. Davids 
for non Subscripcon hec is removed from my dicecesse 

John Griffith clerke was ejected out of the Rectory of Oxwich in the Deanry 
of Gowre in the County of Glamorgan & Dioecesse of St. Davids for 



Episcopal Returns , 1665 183 

[3366] continued. 

non Subscripcon and for all that I heare, hee lives very peaceably in the 
Countrey, in relation to both Church & State 
Thomas Freeman clerke was ejected out of his benefices in the County of 
Pembrocke for non Subscripcon, but since hee conform d and enjoyes one 
Benefice againe & lives peaceably in the Countrey in relacon to both 
Church & State 

ldam Hawkins clerke was Ejected out of the Vicaradge of St. Ismaels in the 
County of Pembrocke for non Subscripcon, and now lives quietly and 
peaceably in the Countrey in relacon to both Church and State 

137.] 

ice Powell clerke was Eiected out of the Vicaradge of Llanpeder pont 
steephen in the Countie of Cardigan for Non Subscripcon, but since hath 
subscribed and does conforme and live very peaceably and quietly in 
the Countrey in relacon to both Church and State 

>hn Harries clerke was a Non Conformist but since he did subscribe and 
conforme and p r ched a Recantacon Sermon and my L d Chancello r gave 
him a Benefice in Cardiganshire, and now hee lives very quietly and 
peaceably in relacon to the Church and State 

ichard Swaine clerke was Ejected out of the Vicaradge of Clirowe in the 
County of Radno r , for non Subscripcon and has now left the Dicecesse 
[ohn Dennis, clerke was Ejected out of the Vicaradge of the Hay in the 
Countie of Brecon for non Subscripcon and hath now left the Dicecesse 

'homas Vaughan clerke M.A. was Ejected out of the Rectory of Llansan- 
ffread in the County of Brecon for Non Subscripcon and left the 
Dicecesse 

'homas Edwards clerke Master of Artes was Ejected out of the Rectory of 
Llandevayllogge in the Countie of Brecon for Non Subscripcon, hee 
lived in Hereford dicecesse 
' R Littleton clerke was Ejected out of prcebend of Llandugroie in the Col- 
legiate Church of Brecon for Non Subscripcon, hee lived out of this 
Dicecesse 

'homas Evans, clerke was Ejected out of the Vicaradge of Llanbister in the 
Countie of Radno r for non Conformity, but since Conformed, and now 
lives very quietly and peaceably in the Countrey in relacon to both 
Church and State 

Concordat: cum Archivis Reverendi in xgo pris ac dni 

DNI GULIELMI MENEVEN EpI 

Ita testor Robertus Lucy P. not. 



184 Episcopal Returns^ 1665 

[338. Another handwriting.} 

6. Nonconformists. 

1. Dan Higgs. 2. John Griffith. 3. Tho Freeman. 4. Adam Hawkins. 
5. Rice Powell. 6. John Harries. 7. Richard Swayne. 8. John 
Dennis. 9. Thomas Vaughan. 10. Tho: Edwards. 1 1. M r Littleton. 
12. Thomas Evans. 

Per D num Epum Meneven sub. sigillo Epaii suo 1665. 

[354.] 

Bp. of Norwich his Certifcate. 

Concerning Ordinations, Pluralists and their Curates 
Schoolemasters & Instructors of youth, Practisers of 
Physick, Non-Conformists &c Lecturers. 

1665-1666. 
Concerning Non Conformists 

[Blank.] 

[396.] anno d. 1665 

AN ACCOUNT OF 
HOSPITALS & ALMESHOUSES 
CLERGYMEN HOLDING PLURALITIES 
SCHOLE MASTERS 
LECTURERS 
PHYSICIANS 
EJECTED NON-CONFORMIST MINISTERS J 

Bp of Exons Certificate of the things above written 



IN THE DICECESSE 
OF EXETER 



[397.] 
[398.] 



Archdeaconry of Exon 

Decanatus Christian ts Exon. 
Concerning Non Conformists 



Item. I present 

That there are inhabiting w th in the Citty and Suburbs of the Citty of 
Exeter 12 Presbyterian Ministers, who above 3 years since have laid 
down the publique exercise of their Ministry & functions, and 3 Inde- 
pendants But I think never were in Orders ; They are M r Thomas 
Ford, M r John Bartlett, M r Robert Snowe, M r Thomas Trescott, M r 
Downc, M r Atkins, M r Tickle, M r Caryll, M r Tapper, M r Hill, 
M r Hollett and M r Jordayne, besides M r Robinson who is come out of 
the County of Somcrsett. I do not know that any of these have kept 
any Conventicles but only these Indcpcndants M r Lewes Stukelcy, 
M r Powell, and M r Mall. 



Episcopal Returns, 1665 185 

De can at us Kenne 
[398&.] Non-Conformists 

There are 3 nonconformist minist rs in the Deanery : one in Trusham 
named W m Stooke, Bach r of Arts, he liveth upon a Tenem* of his 
owne, as a husbandman, and cometh sometymes to that Church and 
heareth divine service, as well as preaching & behaveth himself Quietly 
and peaceably as to the Church as Comonwealth, an other in Kenn, is 
named Richard Hering M r of Arts who liveth upon a Tenem fc of his 
owne he cometh sometyme to y e neighbour Church Eee and behaveth 
himself Quietly and peaceably, a 3 rd in St. Thomas Parish named 
Edward Hunt, but whether he hath taken any Degree he cannot learne. 
But is informed that he liveth peacably. 

!99.] Westbeare Deanery 

{996. ] Practitioners in Phisick 

[ r John Staple practises Phisick in y e same Towne, [Ottery St. Mary] he 
was never of any University, what Licence he hath or can deserve I 
cannot find, and as I am informed his judgm* is not very excellent 
concerning the present Governm* 1 . 
fohn Symonds Practitioner in Phisick in Faringdon is a person of no note 
or Learning, an Anababtist, and one that keeps Conventicles, he is 
neither Licensed nor conformable 

Non-Conformist Ministers 

[ r Robert Collins, sometymes Rector of Tallaton & eiected for incon- 
formity, lives now in Ottery St. Mary in his owne house neare the 
Church, where he keeps Conventicles frequently but especially upon 
Sundayes in tyme of divine Service to the Scandall of many ; but for 
want of a Justice of Peace, The Churchwardens or Constables dare not 
enter the house to take them, and their privacy is such that they cannot 
yet proove enough ag st them to convict them by Lawe ; I am told he 
was never at Church in y e tyme of Comon prayer, since the Act of 
Conformity, and is a very pertinacious Nonconformist. 

>ne M r Mawditt of Exeter a Minister & Nonconformist is lately come 
thither, where as yet he carryes himself peacably. 

Ambrose Clare sometymes Rector of Poltimore lives in the same Parish 
still upon his owne meanes and carryes himself peaceably as farre as I 
can learn. 

[ r Groves sometyme an Intruder into Pinhooe & ejected thence for his 
Nonconformity wanders up and downe sometymes in one place and one 
while in another. I knowe not where to finde him nor how he lives. 



1 86 Episcopal Returns ', 1665 

[4006.] The "Deanery of Tlimtrce 

Nonconformists 
No Nonconformist Minister in y e Deanery. 

[401.] Decanat. Tiverton, 

[402.] Nonconformists. 

M r Theophilus Polevvheele, sometyme a minister in Tiverton, but eiected 
fornon Subscription, yet still remayneing in that Towne, & (as I am in- 
formed) drawes seditious persons in Conventicles to him ; so doth 
M r Richard Saunders, sometyme Rcor of Lcxbeare ejected for incon- 
formity, sometymes lurkeing in Tiverton, sometymes in Loxbeare, & 
other places for the like ends. 

There is also one M r James Haddridge eiected out of Halberton, remaynes 
still in y % parish & acts in like manner. And also one Stephen Coven 
sometyme of Sampford-peverell, who goes about from place to place 
teaching Sedition, but where his Constant abode is we cannott learne. 

Honyton Deanery 
[4026.] Non Conformists. 

M r John Hodder sometymes minister of Hawkchurch in Dorsett, now 

liveing in Thorncomb on his owne demeasne 
M r Branker sometymes minister of Sturminster Newton in Dorsett teaching 

schoole in Thornecombe. 
M r Wakeley sometymes minister of Laurence Lydiat in Somersett now 

liveing in Thorncombe on his own demeasnes 
M r Trottle sometymes minister in Dorsett now liveing in Thornecombe. 
M r Francis Sourton sometymes minister of Honyton now liveing in 

Honyton. 
M r Bartholomew Ashwood sometymes minister of Axminster, now liveing 

in Axminster. 
M r Richard Farrand sometymes min r of Musbury, now liveing in Musbury. 
M r Josias Wiat, sometymes minister of Podymore in Somersett now liveing ii 

Uplime. 

[403] 

Totnes Arch: ry 

Okebampton Deanery 
[4036.] 

Schoolmasters 

In Sampford Courtney one John Drake teacheth Schoole without Licence 

Non-Conformist Ministers. 
Thomas Maynard who left Northtawton for Non-conformity liveth ii 



Episcopal Returns^ 1665 187 

[4036] continued. 

offensively in Sampford Courtney on a Tenem* he holdeth in right of 
his Children. 

Thomas Finney who left Exborne for y e like liveth soraetymes at Exborne 
& sometyraes at Barnstable. 

Thomas Bridgman who left Inwardley for want of Tytle liveth in Jacobstow 
inoffensively and poorely. 
>aniel Moreton who left Asberry for Nonconformity lives still in y e Parson- 
age house, but not altogether inoffensively. 

Holsworthy Deanery. 
L04.] 

Com* Nonconformist Minist rs 

[ r Humfry Sanders was eiected out of y e Parish of Holsworthy for non 
Conformity who liveth now in y e parish of Clawton upon his Temporall 
Estate and behaveth himself peacably and Quiet to y e Church & 
State 

[ r Michael Taylor was eiected out of Pyworthy for Nonconformity who 
liveth now in Holsworthy Peaceably and Quietly. 

Tavistock Deanery 

Concerning Non Conformists 

it Tavistock liveth M r Thomas Larkeham sometyme minister of Tavestock 
and stands at p r sent excomunicated for Contempt of Eccticall Lawes 

Tamer ton Deanery 
(04*.] 

>ne Nonconformist minister liveth in this Deanery, viz: Theophilus Wines, 
M r of Arts eiected of Tamerton Foliot for inconformity. 

Plimpton Deanery. 

Schooles 

[ r John Williams Resident in Plimpton Morris Keepeth a private schoole, 
and preacheth there, a person disaffected to y e Governm* & Discipline 
of y e Church of England & unlicenced. 

Phisitians. 

[ r Richard Bithog B.A. practiseth Phisick. he was as I am informed turned 
out of All souls Oxford for inconformity. he is a person wholly dis- 
affected to y e Governmn fc of y e Church of England & unlicenced. 

[ r Thomas Spencer a Chirurgion sornetymes practiseth Phisick, a person 
notoriously disaffected to the Governmen* of his Ma tie & y e discipline 
of the Church of England. 



1 88 Episcopal Returns ', 1665 

[405.] 

Non Conformists 

There are Resident in y e Towne of Plimouth 

M r George Hughes B.D. and M r Thomas Martyn sometymes Publique now- 
private perverters in this Towne. 

M r Samuel Austin turned out of Minkinnett y e Right of D r Hall y e Bishop 
of Chester. 

M r Nicholas Sherwill Episcopally Ordayned as he saith, But notoriously dis- 
affected to y e Church of England in her discipline, and two yeares since 
endited at y e Towne Hall for a disturbance made by him at a funerall 
whiles the Comon Prayer was read. 

Woodley Deanery. 
Phisitians 

M r William Hingston liveing in West Allington an open and knowne 
Quaker and hath frequently (as I am informed) unlawfull meetings and 
Conventicles in his house. 

Nonconformists 

There are two in this Deanery liveing in the parish of West Allington, viz: 
M r Leonard Hyne liveing in a Temporall Estate of his owne 
And one Tooker who hath as I am certainly informed frequent and unlaw- 
ful meetings. 

[4056.] 

Totnes Deanery 

Schoolmast rs 

Edward Manning and William Ball teach an English Schoole in Dartmouth, 
but not Licenced nor well affected 

Non Conformists. 

In Tottnes, M r Francis Whiddon M r Bickley & M r Mortimore, in Stoke 
flemming M r W m Bayley. in Dartmouth M r Kempster all of 
them liveing upon their owne & behaveing themselves peaceably & 
Quietly 

In Dartmouth there are also M r James Burdwood and M r John Flavell 
who arc reported to have private Meetings. 

[406 j 

I pp it pen Deanery. 

Schooles <S Schoolmast" 

Daniel Upton is a teacher of Youth in Berry Pomery not Licenced and 
under Exconiunication. 






Episcopal Returns, 1665 189 

[406] continued. 

Practition rs of Phisick 

M r Smith practiseth Phisick at Woolborrough not Licensed sometymes of 

Wadham Colledge & afterwards of Hart Hall B.A. 
One Gabriel Pridham professeth phisick at Litlehempston, who is not 

Licenced, but is conformable in frequenting prayers. 

More ton Deanery. 
[4066.] 

Non Conformists. 

John Nosworthy a Nonconformist liveing in Manaton formerly Rector of 
that Place 

mathan Bowden a Non Conformist liveing in Moreton formerly Rector of 
Littleham. 

L07.] 

Archdeaconry of Barum 

Barum Deanery 

J07&.] 

Schoolmast rs 

[n Margaret Underdon and William Coule not Licensed. 

[n Tawstock Mary Mullins and Lavercombe not Licenced. 
Highbickington John Fewen not Licenced. 

L08.] 

Swinnbridge William Lea not Licenced. 

Westleigh Elizab: Loveman not Licensed an excommunicate person. 

Non-Conformist Minist rs 

[onathan Hammer A.M. lives a private live in Barnstable no way dis- 
turbing y e Peace of Church or State. 

Sherwell ^Deanery 

L08.] 

Non - Confo rm ists . 

)ne M r Bifield lives privately at Ilfardcombe, but from whence came or 

whether he were eiected, I knowe not. 
dso one M r Stokes y*. lives at Comb-Martin & preacheth sometymes abroad, 

but whether he is in Orders or hath any Licence is not knowne. 

Torrington T>eanery 
L09.] 

Non-Conformists 

[ r John Howe A.M. inhabiting in great Torrington who behaves himselfe 
peaceably. 



190 Episcopal Returns^ 1665 

[409] continued. 

Hart land Deanery 

Non-Conformists 
M r W Bartlett I _ . . . ^. , - . 
M'JorBartlett j L^eing in Bideford 

M r Anthony Downe in Northam. 

[409*.] 

Architus Cornub 

Deanery vf Trigg Major. 
[410.] 

Non-Conformists. 

There is one M r Oliver sometymes a Preacher of Lanceston, was eiected 
for non-Subscription and that he sometymes resides in Plimouth as he 
hath heard. 

Deanery of East. 
[4106.] 

Non-Conformists. 

There are resideing in y c Towne of Saltash Six Non Conformist Ministers 
viz : M r Tomes ; M r Tiack ; M r Hickes ; M r Wine ; M r Leadstone, 
and M r Travers ; who are reported to be notoriously disaffected to y e 
Governm* of y e Church established in y e Kingdome of England. 

Deanery of Trigg Minor. 

[411.] 

Non-Conformists 

There is one Jonathan Wills who never tooke any degree in the Schooles 
yet in y e tyme of sequestracon intruded himself into y e Rectory of 
Mabyn, and from thence removed to y e Rectory of Lanteglos neare 
Camelford, from whence being eiected he returnes to the house of 
Anne Silly in St. Mabyn, where he still shelters himselfe, where as is 
strongly reported, he keepes great & frequent Conventicles 

Deanery of West. 
[4116.] 

Schoolmasters &c. 

There are also severall Women in y e parishes of S* Martyn, East Lowe, 
Poluit, & Liskeard who teach Children That are of severall perswasions 
and disaffected. 

Non-Conformists. 

None within this Deanery. 

Deanery of Pyder 
[412.] 

Non-Conformists. 

In Newlin M r W m White an Eiected Minist r who frequents the Publiq 
Ordinances, and lives peaceably in Referrence to y e Church 8c State. 









Episcopal Returns , 1665 



191 



[412*.] 
[413.] 



Deanery of Powder 
Non-Conformis ts . 



M r Nath: Tincomb eiected out of Laselles liveth upon his Temporall 

Estate in Fowey peaceably. 
M r Joseph Halsey eiected of Michael Penkwell liveth now in y e parsonage 

house there which he renteth of y e present Incumbent and is peaceable 

and Quiet. 
John Tutchin eiected out of Foy now liveth in the towne of Fowey. 



1 



Deanery of Penwith. 
Non-Conformists. 



Joseph Sheawood eiected out of St. Hillary for inconformity lives 
usually in y e parish of St. Earth in y e Quality of a husbandman he was 
lately imprisoned for presumeing to preach publiquely in y e Church 
there Contrary to y e Act of Uniformity 



] 



Deanery of Kerriar 
Concern? Non-Conformists. 



Helston M r Robert J ago A.M: and M r Tobias Butcher. 
Guendron. M r Roger Flamock. 
[n Constantine. M r John Langford. 
Peranarworthal M r Joseph Allen. 
All these have been eiected for inConformity but as farre as I can 
learne do behave themselves Quietly in Referrence to y e Church & 
State 
Budock. M r Thomas Tregosse lately imprisoned for holding a Con- 
venticle. 



IOCUMENTS CONNECTED WITH THE ISSUE OF 

LICENCES 

UNDER THE 

DECLARATION OF INDULGENCE 

1672 



Transcripts of 
)ls. 320 and 321 of State Papers, Domestic Series, Charles II. 

AND OF 

Entry Books Nos. 27 and 38A 

PRESERVED IN THE 

PUBLIC RECORD OFFICE 



*3 



NOTE. 

The following abbreviations are used in the editorial notes as to 
handwriting: 

Sir J. W. = Sir Joseph Williamson, Secretary to Lord 
(afterwards Earl of) Arlington. 
B. =Mr. Francis Benson, Sir Joseph William- 
son's chief clerk. 



v. : ' r v. ^mm- <&- S ,' i *r ;:fe>>' ^ : W^^ 






ERRATA AND ADDENDA VOL. I 

S. P. DOM. CAR. II. 320. 
P. 230, line 16 from top : '93 I.' and ' 93 II.' should be '93 ' and ' 93 I. 

S. P. DOM. CAR. II. 321. 

P. 305, line 8 from top : ' Joseph ' should be ' Richard.' 

S. P. DOM. E. B. 38B. 
P. 587 : ' Berks ' should be ' Bucks '; and ' Bucks ' should be ' Berks.' 



STATE PAPERS. DOMESTIC. 
CHARLES II. 320 

320 (1). 

Endorsed : Indulge. Habberdashers Hall. 

[Sir J. W. Ed.] 

Habberdashers Hall. 

Att a Court of Assistants holden on friday 22 th March 1671. 

IAtt this Court came severall worthy Citizens some of them being 
embers of this Society, & made it their request (in regard his Majesty 
id by his late Gratious Declaration given leave to Non-Conformist 
[inisters to preach in publicq e places) that D R Thomas Jacomb might 
tve the liberty to preach in the Companies Hall upon the Lords-days 
such other days as this Court should thinke fitt. 
And this Court having now read & consider'd the said Declaration, 
& fully debated this Matter, did Order that the said D R Jacomb shall 
ave the Liberty of preaching & other publicq e Exercises of Religion 
the Companies Hall on the Lords-Days publicq 6 fast-days & 
hursdays in the morning weekly during the pleasure of this Court, in 
e His Majesty shall approve thereof. 

Ro: Blayney Clerk. 



JO (2). 

Endorsed : Addresse of Devonshire Nonconforming Teachers. 
P r sented ye 6 Apr. 1672. by M r Hicks. ) 

Martin.} 
[Sir J. W. Ed.] 

To the Kings Most Excellent Ma tie 

The gratefull acknowledgment of several Ministers in the City 
Exon & County of Devon, who do not conforme to y e Established 
'iscipline & Lyturgie of ye Church of England. 

May it please your most Excellent Ma 

We your most Loyall & Faithfull Subjects, being deeply sensible 

>f that full & clear demonstration you have given of your Royall Favour 

abundant clemency towards us, by vertue of your late most gracious 

declaration of Indulgence Dated March 1 5 th 1 67 J ; Do (as we are obliged) 

lake a most humble & thankfull acknowledgment thereof ; and being 

:onfident of your Ma ties most gracious purposes & resolutions to continue 

us this your most Princely Indulgence, and that we shall reap the 

merit and advantage thereof, so long as we deport ourselves as becomes 

r our Loyall Subjects, & live peaceably under your Ma tics Governm 1 . 

* T e do hereby promise all due Allegeance & faithfull subjection to your 

132 



196 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 320 



Ma ties person and Government, humbly desiring that we may be approved 
and places allowed for the publique exercise of our Ministry, & as our 
bounden duty is, we shall pray for your Ma tics long & most prosperous 
Reigne. 

March 22. 



167*. 

Thomas Ford 
Thomas Trescot 
John Bartlet sen r 
Mark Down 
Anthony Down 
Christopher Jellinger 
Tho Martin 
Rob 1 Atkins 
William Crompton 
Lewis Stukeley 
Edward Hunt 
Robert Gay lard 
John Mortimer 
John Hicks 
John Jurdaine 
John Bynmore 
Barthol Yeo 
William Pearse 
John Hopping 
Robert Wolcombe 
John Quick 
Benjamin Berry 
Alexander Robbinson 
Josiah Wyat 



Theoph Polewheele 
Richard Herring 
William Yeo 
John Simms 
Geo Mortimer 
John Kempster 
W m Stook 
Tho Palk 
Henry Berry 
John Knight 
John Pope 
James Small 
John Hill 
John Moore 
Edmond Tooker 
Jonathan Bowdon 
John Nosworthy 
John Serle 
Nathan Jacob 
John Maudit 
Robert Collins 
Samuel Hieron 
Nicholas Sherwill 
Obadiah Hughes 



W m Bartlett 
John Bartlet Jun r 
Richard Smith 
Jonathan Hanmer 
Oliver Peard 
John Talour 
Anthony Palmer 
John Berry 
John Gay 
Richard Saunders 
James Hadderidge 
Samuel Stoddon 
Lewis Facy 
Thomas Wellman 
John Hodder 
William Sampson 
John Eaton 
John Wakely 
Bartho Ashwood 
Tho Mall 
John Flavell 
Lewis Hatch 
Francis Whidden 
Richard Buckley 



320 (3). 

Endorsed: 22 Mar. 167 \. 



D r B. Indulgence. 



Addressed: for S r Joseph Williamson. 



[Sir J. W. Ed.] 



March ye 22 th 7^. 



S r I humbly desire his majesty and thoese two honorable persons may 
see the whole I writ, and noe more ; since I was with you I had several! 
with mee & as confident I am as y l I am alive all will bee well for y 
glory of god the good of his majesty & people & still hope & doubt 
not y e church of England will still flourish if they bee but prudent 
pardon this trouble & I shall ever bee as you have abundantly 
obliged mee 

Sr 
I shall not continue Your most faithfull 

thus to trouble you most unfeigned frend 

forgive this. to love honor & serve you 

N. 



S. P. TDom. Car. II. 320 197 

320 (4). 

Endorsed : 23 Mar. 167 \ R. D r B. Indulgence. 

[Sir J. W. Ed.] 



Addressed : For S r . Joseph Williamson. 

March ye 23 th 7 J. 
My dear S r Joseph 

I have not neither shall ever desire to have any besids your 
selfe to comunicate with therefore for a little time, 'till this great 
matter bee fixed you must take y e trouble instead of y l one which I may 
yeild is not soe consistent as it ought to bee I offer y l all nonconformists 
which have not a people if they desire it may have licence to preach in 
any licenced place. I have three reasons to enforce it which I think 
when I tell them will seeme good. & soe prove. I have spread his 
jesties pleasure amoung the severall perswasions, which will bee I 
bt not effectually answered soe soone as possibly can bee & for 
ences they will readily come after there address is made. 

I am, 

Yours whilst my owne, 
I am not free (according to the N. 

quakers) to write my reasons. 



(5). 

Mar. 27 : 72. 

The words for y l perticuler is agreed as I gave it, viz y l they 
bee licenced upon exterordinary family occations, to keepe a day of fast 
or thanksgiving in a private family with a moderate number. 

Thursday morn, they meet generall(y) to subscribe, &, (I) suppose 
friday waite upon L d A's soe forwards, soe I am necessitated to beg 
one favor, liberty for one Thomas King hee is a house carpenter 
married our chambormaid 3 years agoe by her hath 2 children which 
all live upon his labour I was her father at mariage. I know you can- 
not be loather to bee troubled then I am to doe it but you shall have 
my word I shall scarce doe y e like againe. I suppose hee meanes S r John 
Robinsons man is master of y e vessel. 

I most unfeignedly your 

true lover, 
I doubt not but this day will bee well kept. N. 



320 (5 I). 

Let your meeting N * bee kept private & let it not bee mentioned to 
our frend if there should bee further occation which should necessitate 
a meeting againe then our true & ould frend shall bee tould but as I 
hinted twill bee advantage that hee meddl(e) not, when our frend & I 
waite upon you remember tis the other side ye water, is S r Robert Car 
a Chymist. I like Chymist acquaintance, burne this. 

* I.e., 'me,' this being the mark he signs with. 



198 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 320 

320 (6). 

Endorsed: 20 Mar. 1672. Dr. B My L d . Indulgence. 

[Sr J. W. Ed.] 

Addressed : For ye Right HonWe L rd Arlington. 

Mar: y e 29 th 1672. 
Right Honble 

I did last night accquaint S r Joseph Williamson, with what 
abundance of kindnes y e dissenters received his majesties acceptance of 
a verball thankes. I only further offer y l there is noe thing can bind 
them in Loyalty more to his Majesty then to let their Licences bee large 
6c free from intanglements. a little love obligeth more then great 
ity. 
I beg your honnors pardon for this bouldnes. 

Your Honors most humble 

most faithfull servant 

J.B. 



320 (7). [Printed form of Licence for Teachers.] 

CHJ%L S by the grace of Cjod, IQng of England, Scotland, France, and 
Ireland, 'Defender of the Faith, &>c. 'To all (Mayors, TSaylijfs, Constables, and 
other Our Officers and (Ministers, Civil and (Military, whom it may concern, 
(greeting. In pursuance of Our Declaration of the l$tb of (March, 167^. We 
do hereby permit and license to be a Teacher of the Congrega- 

tion allowed by Us in for the Use of fuch as do not conform 

to the Church of England, who are of the Terswasion commonly called 

With further license and permission to him the f aid 
to teach in any other place licensed and allowed by Us according to Our /aid 
Declaration. Given at Our Court at Whitehall, the day of in the 

t^tb year of Our T{eign, 1672. 

*By His (Majesties Command. 



320 (8). [Written form for above.] 

Charles by the grace of God King of England, Scotland, France 
Ireland, Defender of the Faith &c. To all Mayors Bailiffs Constables, 
and other Our Officers Civill and Military whom it may concerne 
greeting In pursuance of Our Declaration of the 15th of March 167 \ 
Wee do hereby permitt, and license to bee a 

Teacher of the Congregation allowed by Us in for the use 

of such as do not conforme to the Church of England, who are of the 
persuasion commonly called with further license, & per- 

mission to him the said to teach in any other place licensed, 

hi allowed by Us according to Our said Declaration. Given att Our 
Court att Whitehall the day of Aprill In the 24th year of Our 

Reignc 1672. 

By his Maj ties Command. 

Teacher. 



ne 






S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 199 

320 (9). [Another copy.] 

Charles by the grace of God King of England Scotland France & 
Ireland Defender of the Faith &c. To all Mayors Bailiffs Constables, 
and other Our Officers Civill & Military whom it may concerne greeting 
In pursuance of Our Declaration of the 15th of March 167 \ Wee doe 
hereby permitt and license to bee a Teacher of the 

Congregation allowed by Us in for the use of such as doe 

not conforme to the Church of England who are of the persuasion 
commonly called with further license & permission to him 

the said to teach in any other place licensed Sc allowed by 

Us according to Our said Declaration. 

Given att Our Court att Whitehall the day of Aprill in the 

24th year of Our Reigne 1672. 

By his Ma tie s Command. 

Teacher. 



320 (9 A). [Written.] 

Endorsed : Forme of a Licence for a Teacher. 



Charles &c. To all Mayors, Bailiffs, Constables, & other Our 
officers & Ministers Civil & Military, whom it may concerne, Greeting, 
[n pursuance of Our Declaration of y e 15 March 167 \ We doe hereby 
permit & licence A B to be a Teacher of y e Congregation allowed by 
Us in a Howse or Chamber in C. for y e use of such as doe not conforme 
to y e Church of England, who are of y e Perswasion commonly called D. 
With further Licence & Permission to him the said A B. to teach in 
any other Place licenced by Us according to Our said Declaration. 
Given at &c. 

By his Matyes Command. 
[B. Ed.] 

320 (10). [Printed form for General Licence.] 

CHJ%LS by the grace of Cjod, IQng of England, Scotland, France and 
Ireland, "Defender of the Faith, &c. To all (Mayors, "Bayliffs, Constables, and 
other Our Officers and (Ministers, Civil and (Military, whom it may concern, 
Greeting. In pursuance of Our Declaration of the i$th of (March, 167 J. We 
do hereby permit and license of the Terswasion commonly called 

to be a Teacher, and to teach in any place licensed and allowed 
by Us, according to Our said Declaration. Cjiven at Our Court at Whitehall, 
the day of in the z\th year of our %eign, 1672. 

"By His (Majesties Command. 



320 (11). [Written form for Generall Teacher.] 

Charles by the Grace of God King of England, Scotland, France 
and Ireland, Defender of the Faith &c. To all Mayors, Bailiffs, Con- 
stables, and other Our Officers & Ministers Civill and Military, whom 



200 S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 

it may concerne, Greeting. In pursuance of Our Declaration of the 
15 of March 167 J Wee doe hereby permitt & licence 
of the Perswasion commonly called to be a Teacher, and 

to teach in any Place licensed & allowed by Us, according to Our said 
Declaration. Given at Our Court at Whitehall the day of 

Aprill in the 24th yeare of Our Reigne. 1672. 

By His Majesties Command. 
[B. Ed.] 

320 (12). [Written form for Generall Teacher.] 

Charles by the Grace of God King of England Scotland, France, & 
Ireland Defender of the Faith &c. To all Mayors, Bailiffs Constables, 
& other Our Officers Civill and Military whom it may concerne greet- 
ing. In pursuance of Our Declaration of the 15th of March 167^ 
Wee doe hereby permitt, and license of the persuasion 

commonly called to be a Teacher and to teach in any 

place licensed & allowed by Us according to Our said Declaration. 

Given att Our Court att Whitehall the day of Aprill in the 

24th year of Our Reigne 1672. 

By His Maj ties Command. 

Teacher. 

320 (12 A). [Written.] 

Endorsed : Forme of a General Licence for a Teacher. 



Charles &c. To all Mayors, Bailiffs, Constables & other Our Officers 
& Ministers Civil & Military, whom it may concerne, Greeting. In 
pursuance of Our Declaration of y e 15. of March 167 J We doe hereby 
permitt & licence A B. of y e Perswasion commonly called C. to be a 
Teacher, & to teach in any Place licenced & allowed by Us, according 
to Our said Declaration. Given at &c. 

By his Ma l > es Command. 
[B. Ed.] 

320 (13). [Printed Licence for a Place.] 

CHJ%L ES by the grace of god, K^tng of England, Scotland, France, and 
Ireland, defender of the Faith 13 c. To all {Mayors, 'Bailiffs, Constables, and 
other Our Officers and (Ministers, Civil and (Military, whom it may concern, 
Greeting. In pursuance of Our 'Declaration of the 15th of (March 167 J. We 
have allowed, and We do hereby allow of to be a place for the 

Use of such as do not conform to the Church of England, who are of the Terswasion 
commonly called to meet and assemble in, in order to their pub lick 

ip and 'Devotion. .And all and singular Our Officers and (Ministers, Eccle- 
siastical, Civil and (Military, whom it may concern, are to take due notice hereof: 
Jndthey, and every of them, are hereby strictly charged and required to hinder any 
tumult or disturbance, and to protect them in their said (Meetings and Assemblies. 
Given at Our Court at Whitehall, the day of in the z\th year of 

Our T^ign % 1672. 

*By His (Majesties Command. 



S. P. IDom. Car. II. 320 201 

320 (14). [Written Form of Licence for a Place.] 

Charles by the Grace of God King of England, Scotland, France 
and Ireland, Defender of the Faith &c. To all Mayors, Bailiffs, 
Constables, and other Our Officers & Ministers Civill and Military 
whom it may concerne, Greeting. In pursuance of Our Declaration 
of the 15 of March 167 \ Wee have allowed, and Wee doe hereby allow 
of to be a Place for the use of such as doe not conforme 

to the Church of England, who are of the Perswasion commonly called 
to meet and assemble in, in order to their Publick Worship 
and Devotion. And all and singular Our Officers & Ministers 
Ecclesiasticall, Civill & Military, whom it may concerne, are to take 
due notice hereof, And they and every of them are hereby strictly 
charged & required, to hinder any Tumult or Disturbance, and to 
protect them in their said Meetings & Assemblies. Given at Our 
Court at Whitehall the day of Aprill in the 24 th Yeare of Our 

Reigne, 1672. 

By His Ma ties Command. 

Place. 

320 (15). [Written Form of Licence for a Place.] 

Charles by the Grace of God King of England, Scotland, France and 
Ireland, Defender of the Faith &c. To all Mayors, Bailiffs, Constables, 
and other Our Officers & Ministers Civill and Military whom it may 
concerne, Greeting. In pursuance of Our Declaration of the 15 of 
March 167 \ Wee have allowed, and Wee doe hereby allow of 

to be a Place for the use of such as doe not conforme to the 
Church of England, who are of the Perswasion commonly called 

to meet & assemble in, in order to their Publick Worship and 
Devotion. And all and singular Our Officers & Ministers Eccle- 
siasticall, Civill & Military, whom it may concerne, are to take due 
notice hereof, And they and every of them are hereby strictly charged 
and required, to hinder any Tumult or Disturbance, and to protect them 
in their said Meetings and Assemblies. Given at Our Court at White- 
hall the day of Aprill in the 24th yeare of Our Reigne, 1672. 

By His Ma ties Command. 

Place. 

[Written at back.] 
Henry Godman 

a certaine place in y e Upper Towne of Deptford. 

[Sir J. W. Ed.] 

320 (15 A). [Written.] 

Endorsed : Forme of a Licence for a Place. 



Charles &c. To all Mayors, Bailiffs, Constables, & other Our Officers 
& Ministers Civil & Military, whom it may concerne, Greeting. In 
pursuance of Our Declaration of y e 15. of March 167 \ We have allowed 
and We doe hereby allow of a Howse or Chamber in C. to be a Place 
for ye Use of such, as doe not conforme to y e Church of England, who 



202 S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 

are of y Perswasion commonly called D. to meet & assemble in, in 
order to their Publick Worship & Devotion. And all & singular Our 
Officers & Ministers Ecclesiastical, Civil & Military, whom it may 
concerne, are to take due notice hereof, And they & every of them are 
hereby strictly charged & required to hinder any Tumult or Disturbance, 
and to protect them in their saide Meetings & Assemblies. 

Given at &c. 

By his Ma ties Command. 
[B. Ed.] 

320 (16). 

Endorsed : Forme of Licences for Teachers. 

Apr. 1672. 

Licence For a Teacher in Generall. 

Charles &c. To all Mayors, Bailiffs, Constables & other Our 
Officers & Ministers Civill & Military who it may concerne, Greeting. 
In pursuance of Our Declaration of the 15 of March 167J Wee doe 

hereby permitt & licence of the Perswasion commonly called 

to be a Teacher, & to teach in any Place licensed & allowed 

by Us, according to Our said Declaracon. Given &c. 

Licence for a Place. 

In pursuance of Our Declaracon of the 15 of March 167^ Wee have 

allowed & Wee doe hereby allow of to be a Place for the use 

of such as doe not conforme to the Church of England, who are of the 

Perswasion commonly called to meet and assemble in, in 

order to their Publick Worship & Devotion. And all & singular Our 
Officers & Ministers Ecciicall, Civill, & Military, who it may concerne 
are to take due notice hereof, And they & every of the are hereby strictly 
charged & required, to hinder any Tumult or Disturbance, and to protect 
them in their said Meetings & Assemblies. Given &c. 

Licence for a Teacher. 

In pursuance of Our Declaration of the 15 of March 167^ Wee doe 

hereby permitt & licence to be a Teacher of the Congregacon 

allowed by Us in for the use of such as doe not conforme to 

the Church of England, who are of the Perswasion commonly called 

With further licence & permission to him the said 

to teach in any other place licensed & allowed by Us, according to GUI- 
s' 1 Declaracon. Given &c. 

[B. Ed.] 
320 (17). 

Endorsed : Forme of Licenses. 



Charles by ye Grace of God King of England Scotland, France & 
Ireland, Defend' of ye faith, &c. To all Mayors, Bayliffs, Constable! 
and other O r Officers & Ministers Civill & Military whom it may 
concerne, Greeting. 

[Sir J. W. Ed.] 






S. P. TDom. Car. II. 320 203 

In pursuance of Our Declaracon of y e 15 of March 

Ye Teacher of 167 J, Wee doe hereby permitt and licence to 

Congregation. De a Teacher of y e Congregacon allowed by Us in 

for y e use of such as doe not conforme to y e Church of 

England, who are of y Perswasion commonly called With 

further licence & permission to him y e said to teach in any 

other Place licensed & allowed by Us, according to Our said Declaracon. 

In pursuance of our Declaracon of y e 15 of March 167 J 

Wee have allowed, and Wee doe hereby allow of 

to be a Place for y e use of such as doe not conforme to y e Church of 

England, who are of y e Perswasion comonly called to meet & 

assemble in, in ord r to their Publicke Worshipp & Devotion. And all 
& singular Our Officers & Ministers Ecciical, Civill, and Military, 
whom it may concerne, are to take due notice hereof, And they and 
every of them are hereby strictly charged & required, to hinder any 
Tumult or Disturbance, and to protect them in their said Meetings 
& Assemblyes. 

In pursuance of Our Declaracon of ye 15 March 167 \ 

Teacher in Wee doe hereby permitt & licence of y e Per- 

at large.' swasion comonly called to be a Teacher, and 

to teach in any Place licensed & allowed by Us, accord- 
ing to Our said Declaracon. 

[In Sir J. W.'s handwriting. Ed.] 



320 (18). 

Endorsed : The Petition of a Church in Tiverton. 



To ye Kings most Excell 1 Maj tie . 
The humble Peticon of a Church of Christ in Tiverton 

Sheweth 

That yo r Pet rs have with all dutyfullnesse and humility considered 
yo r Ma ties late gracious Declaration published by y e advice of yo r 
Ma ties most ho ble Privy Councill, whereby yo r Ma tie is pleased to Suspend 
y e Execution of all manner of Penall Laws in matters Ecclesiasticall 
against those that doe not conforme to y e Church of England. 

And that yo r M tie is thereby graciously pleased to declare that yo r 
Ma ties Royall Indulgence should not extend to those that meet in any 
place not allowed or that y e Teacher of any Congregation is not approved 
by yo r Ma tie . 

In thankfullnesse and submission to w ch gracious Indulgence and dis- 
pensation yo r Pet rs are encouraged humbly to beseech and Supplicate 
yo r Ma tie to be pleased to give your Ma ties Royall allowance, That 
y e house of Peter Bere Scituate within y e said Towne of Tiverton 
be allowed by yo r Ma tie to be a place for yo r Pet*s (and others that 
please to Assemble there) for their publique worship and devotion, And 
that yo r Ma tie would likewise be graciously pleased to approve That 
Theophilus Polwheile Master of Arts of the University of Cambridge 
be ye Teacher of y e said Assembly or Congregation there And yo 1 " 
Pet 1 " 8 doe promise not to use permitt or extend this yo r Ma ts Royall 



204 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 320 



Favour & Indulgence for the Exercise or preaching any Doctrine tend- 
ing to Sedition or to the derogation of y e Governm* of y e established 
Church of England. 

And vo' Pe 1 " shall cheerfully and readily in all obedience Serve yo^ 
Ma tle with their Lives & Fortunes, And as in duty bound shall like- 
wise ever pray for yo r Ma Ue8 long and prosperous Reigne. 
Peter Bere Francis Bellamy John Lane 

Nicholas Hitchcocke Roger Pitt Tho: King 

Richard Hewett James Polland James Wood 

George Berry Andrew Speed John Hartnoll 

:hew Wood Will: Wood 

[All the signatures are in the same hand as the Petition. Ed.] 



320 (19). 
Endorsed 



A Petition of a Church in Exeter. 



[B. Ed.] 



To the Kings most Excellent Ma tie . 
The Cordiall acknowledging & humble Petition of a Church of Christ 

in Exeter 

Humbly Sheweth 

That yo r Ma tics late declaracon for the suspencon of the execucon 
of the Penall Statutes against Non-Conformity & for indulging us in o r 
publike Worship and Devotion in places yo r Ma tie shall approve of. 

Hath abundantly refreshed o r weary spiritts, hath given us great in- 
ducem 1 to blesse God in yo r Ma ties behalfe ; And hath layed on us the 
deepest obligacons to serve yo r Ma tie with our Lives and Fortunes. Wee 
cannot but looke on yo r Ma tie as the breath of o r Nostrills, as a Repairer 
of o r breaches, & a Restorer of Paths to dwell in ; May it please yo r 
Ma tie soe far to condiscend to yo r Ma ties faithfull and Loyall subjects and 
to give yo r Royal Grant & fav r that M r Lewes Stucley be allowed by 
yo r Ma tie to be o r Teacher in an howse belonging to M r Nicholas 
Savery in the said Citty of Exeter And the said M r Stucley and yo r 
Peticon shall ever Pray for yo r Ma tie8 longe Prosperous and Peaceable 
Raigne And that God will be pleased to requite yo r Ma ties remembring 
of us in o r Low Condicon. 



Richard Clearke 
Hen. Fitzwilliams 

nas Hunt 
John Bagwell 
Tho: [):.',r 
Cornelius Giles 
W m Barber 
Ambrose Goodridge 
Thomas Sella 
John Binford 
Able Bond 
W"< Packer 
John Pitts 



[All the 



Matthias Combe 
John Hewitt 
John Ayre 
Jo: Horrell 
Peter Langston 
Pet. Menteir 
Richd Starr 
Tho: Moore 
Rob 1 Feater 
Tho: Cly 
Tho: Upham 
To: Gibbs 
"Ellis Hobs 
signatures are in the same 



George Monck 
Lewis Stucley 
Rich d Templer 
Clem 1 Lake 
James Jurdan 
Hen: Stephens 
John Clearke 
Nich. Savery 
Mich. Eveleigh 
Tho Savery 
Rob 1 Tristram 
Christopher Burton 

hand as the Petition. Ed.] 



S. P. < Dom. Car. II. 320 205 

320 (20). 

The Schoolhouse at Ashburton in Devon. 

Adam Norman his house in Collumpton in Devon. 

M r Sam. Stodden to a teacher at M r Andrew Holwill's house in 

Woodberry in Devon. 
Tho: Ford of Exon teacher 
Mark Down of Exon teacher 
Tho: Tross of Exon teacher 
Richard Binmore of Woodley in Devon. 
M r John Mandit 

M r Edward Par both of S l Mary Ottery in Devon. 
M r Francis Whiddons house in Moreton in Devon. 
John Taylour of Pyworthy Devon, to be teacher 
M r Richard Giles at Rolvenden in Kent teacher Presbyt. 
Joseph Crittenden his house in y e same place. 
M r Comfort Starre in Saunhurst in Kent, teacher. 
M r John Watts his house in the same place. 
M r John Bartlets house 

M r Witt. Bartlets house in Biddiford Devon. Indep. 
Joanna Newnden in Bennenden in Kent, her house. 
M r Nath. Haywood of Ormschurch in Lanceshire. Presbyt. 
M r Wirr. Baldwin at Chisnall in Lancheshire. 
M r James Bradshaw at Hinley in Lancheshire. 
M r James Woods at Bent in Lancheshire. 
Ambrose Jolly his house in Wiggen Lancheshire 
Robert Rosbortam in Ashton in Lanche 
Jane Taylour Widdow in Golbourn Lancheshire. 
Henry Hilton his house in Henley Lancheshire. 

[John Hickes. Ed.] 



320 (21). 

M r Richard Giles at Rolvenden in Kent Pres. 
Joseph Chrittenden his house in y e same place 
M r Comfort Starre in Saunhurst in Kent teacher 
M r John Watts his house in y e same place 
Joane Newnden in Bennenden in Kent. 
Lanch. 

M r Nath. Haywood of Orschurch. 
M r Wirr. Baldwin of Chisnul in Lanch. 
M r James Bradshaw at Hinley. 
M r James Wood at Bent 
Ambrose Jolly his house in Wiggon 
Robert Rosbortam in Ashton 
Jane Tayl r Widdow in Golbourn 
Henry Hilton in Henley. 

[John Hickes. Ed.] 



206 S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 

320 (22 . 

George Trosse of y e Citty of Exeter of y e Presbeterian Judgm* prayes 

Licence to preach. 
Murk Downe of the same y c like. 
John Tayler of Staverton in Devon of the Presbeterian Judgment pray 

Licence to preach in y e howse belonging to M r Abraham Randall 

in y e sd parish. 



Exon. 



:20 .23*. 

Endorsed : Licences, Devonshire & Exon. 

[Sir J. W. Ed.] 

Mark Down 
Thomas Ford 
Robert Atkins 
Tho: Trescot 
John Bartlet seni r 
Tho: Marty n. 
John Hickes. 
Edmund Tooker. 
Jonathan Hanmer. 
William Bartlet. 
John Bartlet. 

320 (24). 

Endorsed : Cawton in S 1 Annes lane. 
Blaky Blackfryers. 
Sharp Beach lane. 

[Sir J. W. Ed.] 

Thomas Cawton for a meeting place at his house in St. Anne's lane 

Westminster. 
James Sharp his meeting place in Kss Head Court in Beech Lane London. 
Nicholas Blaky meeting-place near blackfryers church. 



320 (25). 

Endorsed : West Ropemakers Alley, D r Annesley Little Moorefeilds, 
Milward, Chambre. 

[In Sir Joseph Williamson's handwriting. Ed.] 

M r Edw. West at his owne house in Ropemakers Alley in Little Moorfieh 

Presbyterian. 
D r Samuell Annesley at his house Spittle Fields. 

Presbyterian. 
Jo: Milward in graft. 

Presbyterian. 

Rob. Chambre in graH/ offers f t0 s f nd 
b -J a friend 



Presbyt 



I in a reminder. 



[Sir J. W. Ed.] 
[N.B. This application was made by Dr. Butler, vide notes to licence entries on 
E (3) and E (4). Ed.] 



S. P. Uom. Car. II. 320 207 

320 (26). 

Endorsed. Stones accompts, Gorge runletts Goodw. battle. 

[All erased.] 

D r Thomas Goodwins licence for his house in Cripplegate parish. 

[The same hand as 27. Ed.] 



320 (27). 

Endorsed: London. 



D r Thomas Goodwin in his owne house in Cripplegate parish, 
a Congregational pson. 

[The same hand as 26. Ed.] 



320 (28). 

D r Thomas Manton would pray to have a licence to preach att his owne 
house in Covent Garden till a more Convenient place can bee found. 

[? Dr Th: M.'s own hand. Ed.] 



320 (29). 

[Agar \ 

Endorsed: Essex Wilkinson L Apr. 1672. 
(Tatnall ) 

[Sir J. W. Ed.] 

John Agar of Copford in the County of Essex. 

preacher : presbiterian. houses to preach in Hezekiah Haynes of the 
same parrish & Zachery Damons in the parrish of Birch Magna : 

[Another hand. Ed.] 
(D r Hen. Wilkinson) 
Presbyterian \ at y e schoolhouse [-Clapham. 
( & his owne house J 

Presb t | Mr Rob * Tatna11 

* ' \ at his owne house in Broad Street, London. 

[Sir J. W. Ed.] 

320 (30). 

To the Kings most Excellent Maiesty. 

The hearty acknowledgments Sc humble thanks of a licensed Con- 
gregation in Dartmouth. 

Forasmuch as it hath pleased the Lord in whose hand y e hearts of 
Kings are, to move your Maiesties heart to express your Compassion, 
condescending goodnes, and benignity of nature (the most comely orna- 
ments of Princely greatnes) in your Mai ties gracious-heart-engageing 
Declaration of Indulgence dated March 1 5 th . And particularly to allow 
us your Ma ties most loyall Subiects to enioy the most acceptable & long- 
desired effects thereoff ; by your Ma ties Licences, dated Aprill y e 2 d . 

Wee doe, as in duty bound, bless y e Lord on your Ma ties behalfe, and 
in all sincerity & humillity returne your Ma tie our most hearty thanks 
for ye same. Humbly desireing that these refreshing streames flowing to 



208 



S. P. T>om. Car. II 320 



us from your Ma tie , as from a fountaine of Clemency ; may returne againe 
into your Royall bosome with increaseing peace & honnour. w ch shall 
ever be in y e desires & utmost endeavours of your Ma ties most humble 
St thankfull Subjects. 

John Flavell Teacher. 



DARTMOUTH 



Emanuell Wolley 
John: Pley 
Silvanus Evans 
Sam. Budley 
Oba Widger 
Rich. Kingman 
Thomas Lee 
Thomas Loering 
Simon Pooley 
John Courtis 
John Skiner 
Gregory Tucker 
Nicholas Crue 
Vincent Bracy 



Rob* Biffen 
Edmond Plumleigh 
John Shinner 
Henry Pole 

Richard Manning Senio r 
Richard Manning Juni r 
Thomas Pooke ? Peeke 
Richard Kingden 
John Countis 
John Austen 
John Prows 
Christofer Sarle 
Herb 1 Aylewin 
Matthew Mare 



Georg (? H)FursmanSam: Sharpham 



Charles Bowden 
Robert Collworthy 
Edward Perrott 
John Terry 
Robert Roades 
Henry Crany 
Mordachy Cockey 
John Cutt 
George Williams 
Rich: Earle 
Robert Maine 
Christ: Hilson 
Rob 1 Pering 
John Short 
Peter Harvey 
Rich. Lee 
Edward White 



Walter Deament 
Edward Totnell 
Robert Coake sen. 
Stephen Cloake 
Rich: Cranch 
Robert Coke 
Humphry Venner 
Christo: Furneaux 
Edmund Tucker 
Robt Coke 
Richard Perin 
Samuel Avent 
Fran: Cox 
John Watts 
Humphrey Carter 
Miles Griggs 
Caleb Morris 



Alexander Hug[h]es John Luscombe 
John Harradon John Edmonds 



George Luscome 
Hugh Derry 
Giles Tozer 
Witt. Ford 
Roger Churchwood 
Samuell Sikcs 
Witt. Vovsey 
Sam 1 Widger 
Michaell Sanders 
W Ball 



Isack ? Follet 
Thomas Starr 
Sam: Hyne 
Robert Bake 
Will: Tayllor 
Walter Mansfild 
John Roope 
Rob. Plumleigh 
Joseph Cttl 
William Randall 



Witt. Pimble 
James Brockedon 
W m Austin 
Samuell Mullens 
W m Staplehill 
John Hodge 
Thomas Moorcocke 
Walter Austen 
Lawrence Horswell 
John Pennybridge 
Fran: Uring 
Nicholas Elliot 
William Horsham 
Jonathan Warren 
. Edward Sharpham 
Evens Stocker 
Tho: Maine 
Tho: Foxworthy 
Jn Newland 
John Hawkins 
Rich. Tucker 
John Soper 
Jno Guy 
John Calday 
John Shutland 
Peter Huxham 
Hen. Dare 
Esayias Lee 
Nicholas Tellmann 
Ralph Goodridge 
Peter Tozer 
Thomas Colliber 
John Churchwood 
John Whitrow 
Jerome Stone 
John Stone 
Miles Hill 
Stepn Knowling 
Edward Elliot 
Caleb Carnick 
Abraham Goff 
Abraham Elliot 
Phillip Pikes 
Beniamin Michell 



s. 


P. 


TDom. Car. 


//. 32O 209 


William Moggridg 


Edw. Coke 


Luke Dod ridge 


Robert Penny 




W m Veale 


Walter Neele 


James Straw 




Andrew Holly 


Jonas Dare 


Mich: Martin 




James Holly 


James Day 


John Horswill 




Caleb Widger 


Robert Mennard 


Georg. Oldries 




Zech: Hawkins 


Edward Manning 


Toby Cullin 




Philip Coke 


Sam Warren 


Henery Hunt 




Jn Westcott 


Jefry Rich 


Will: Juice 




Joseph Browne 


John Stidson 


Edw: Jeffery 




Wm Fardlton 


&c: 


James Cheed 




Tho Windiat 




320 (31). 








Endorsed : R. 


3 Apr. 


1672. 




D r ] 


3. Indulgence. 










[Sir J. W. Ed.] 



Addressed : 

For S r Joseph Williamson. 

Apr: y e 3 rd 1672. 
Deare S r 

I desire by this bearer you please to send mee a coppy of licences, 
appoint when I may not faile to waite upon you this night or tomorrow 
night in order to take licences for some frends. & to communicate some 
ling farther: out of sight out of mind where is y e ptection. I will 
lot be knowne to get licence for any therefore I pray secrecy. 

I am 
ever your most unfeigned 
frend to love honor & serve you 
N. 



120 (32). 
Endorsed : Durant at Canterbury. 



[Sir J. W. Ed.] 



of y e City of Canterbury 
John Durant Teacher 

Their Meeting Place is 
The Almirey Hall (her'tafore belonging to Ethelberts Pallace) Situate 
near and without y e walls of ye City of Canterbury in or near y e 
Burrough of Longport. 

White Hall Apr: ^ Rob Mascall, of London. 

1672. 



210 S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 

320 (33). 

Endorsed : 4 Apr. 1672. D r B. 
Harrison : Essex 
Marshall : Yorkesh. [Sirj.w. Ed] 



Addressed : For S r Joseph Williamson, 



Apr: y e 4* 72. 



My dear S r Joseph 

pray by this bearer send thoese licenses, & y e originall of thoese 
two addresses & by this post I will god willing send copies into severall 
parts & returne y e originalls. Oh ! y l some thing could bee done as to 
civ ills would set though not a triple yet a double Crowne upon his 
Majesties head, pray send mee a licence alsoe for John Harrisson 
presbiterian licence for his house Pedmash in Essex, hee is M r West 
father in Law. as alsoe for M r Martiall for an house in Toplife in York- 
shire presbiterian. 

I will promote addresses by all frends. 

god bles his Majesty for his act which undoubtedly will prove an 
healing to his nation. You know 

I am 
Yours most unfeignedly 

Protection. N * 

I will not say 'tis forgetfulnes but many busines(s). but may 
bee I am charitable beyond reason. 

I am free to pay y e porter & hope you beelieve I doe not expect to bee 
repaid by any. 

[On the back.] 

When you have leisure to spend halfe an houre with noe leave I may 
shew you some thing worth y e view, burne this. 



320 (34). 

Endorsed : Devon. 

[B. Ed. J 

Addressed : These For y e Reverend M r Ennis 

at his House w th in Ax Yarde in Kings Street 

Westminster prt. 
Revnd gr f 

My people have now at length pitched upon a certaine place for 
y* Worship of God, viz. Curriars Hall in Alphage Parish. My desire 
is y l you would please to employ your Sonne in procuring me a Licence 
fat t hat place; w L "*> I would have by me before we begin to make Con- 
vcnicncys in order to our Meeting there. It will take up a weeks time 
to fitt y* place for our purpose. I suppose y e bearer hereof will come 
too late for any Licence this night but if you can procure it y c beginning 
of y Week he shall call for it on Munday or Tuesday night, i am to 
goe into ye Country to take a little physick for my healths sake, at my 



S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 211 



returne I shall wait upon you to give you thanks. In y e meane while 
let y e bearer know when he shall attend you for both y e Licences y* 
upon sight thereof we may set men on work excuse I pray this 
trouble from 

Yo r Cordiall friend & serv 1 
Ap. 6: 1672. Edmund Calamy. 

[At back.] 

M r Heron for the Schoolehouse in Honiton Parish. 
M r Sourton only for a personall License. 

[Ja. Inness jun r . Ed.] 



20 (35). 




Endorsed : 


6 Apr. 72 




M r Ennis. 




N. Vincent 




Whitaker. 



Addressed : 

To the right wpfull S r Joseph Williamson these present. 

Right wpfull and worthie Sir 

Heartie thanks premis'd for yo r civill acceptance of my Ire [letter] 
id friends praying the like favour again for the Bearer M r Nathaniel 
incent another younger brother of my wifes, and one M r Will: 
'hiteaker a worthie man, not able to wait upon you himselfe, by 
reason of his present illnes & indisposition of bodie ; They bee both 
Southwark, and will give the names of their places themselves. Let 
le only add (Sir) That yo r civilitie to my friends may not only be 
:membred by themselves wherein they can serve you so as to expresse 
leir ingenuitie & thankfullnes, but shall so much the more abundantly 
blidge me to be always 

Yo r most reall friend and readie Serv* 

Ja: Jnness. 

There is one M r Sourton of Devon who desires, if it may be, a 
.icence for a place in Honiton call'd the Chappell of All-hallows (w ch 

only in the power of some parochall Trustees, not belonging at all to 
ie Bishops jurisdiction, as I am informed). And another M r Hieon 
Hieron] that desires only a personall Licence. 

If there be any difficultie in the case, I presume S r Tho: Clifford can 
itisfie you, having writen [sic] to his honor about it. 

[So far in Mr. Inness sen.'s, clear, neat handwriting. What follows is in 
Sir Joseph Williamson 's most hurried scrawl . It was evidently scribbled down, 
at the time, when in the personal interview accorded to him Mr. Nathaniel 
Vincent gave him the names of the places,' as his brother-in-law had pro- 
mised Sir William in his letter. Ed.] 

r Vincent in Farthing Alley in St. Olave's parish, Southwark. 
Whitaker in y e Court yard in Bermondsey. 
Stephen Ford, Congreg. at a place neare Miles Lane London. 

142 



212 S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 



320 36). 

Endorsed : R d on Thursday 1 1 Apr. 

Swanzey. [B. Ed.] 

Marmaduke Matthews of Swanzey Humbly desiers to have a Lycence 
to Preach to his Congregacons in his owne Dwelling House in ye fores d 
Towne. Presbyt. 



820 (37). 

Endorsed : Swanzey. [B. Ed.] 

A Lycense is desired for Marmaduke Matthews Mr. of Arts to bee a 
Teacher or to preach in the parish of St. Jones by Swanzey in the 
County of Glamorgan to the people calld Independents, & to bee a 
teacher alsoe in any place licensed & allowed &c. 



820 (38). 

A private oratory belonging to Tho Birch of birch-hall Esq r in 
Manchester parish in Lancashire for both presbyterian and Congrega- 
tionall perswasions. 

M r Henery Finch Teacher 
Presbyterian. 
[Margin.] 

Birche's house in Manchester, not allowed to be licensed : his 
certificate. [B. Ed.] 

Theise may Certifie whom it may Concerne that I Thomas Birche 
of Birch in the Countie of Lanc r . Esq r do hereby Consent That a 
Private Oratorie belonging to me & standing upon my Land be a 
Place for the meeting of such as are of the Presbyterian & Congre- 
gationall Perswasion who have herewith Peticoned for the same ; as 
also that M r Henry ffinch be Teacher of the Congregation meeting 
at the said Place, w ch also I doe desire If it please the King's Ma tie to 
allow thereof. 

Witnesse my hand & seale Aprill n : 1672 

Tho: Birche. 

* 



320 (30). 

Endorsed : Devon. [B. Ed.] 

Thomas Martins house, & a house neare Charles Church in Plymouth 

nas Sheers house in Exon. 
Charles Mortons house in Kennington and his house in St. Ives, 

Cornwall 
Thomas Ford of Exon. for his person, his house the place. 
Mark Down of Exon. his person, his house the place. 
Robert Heins of Exon his person. 

[John Hickes. Ed.] 



S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 213 



320 (40). 

Endorsed : Devon, Berks, Cornwall. 



[B. Ed.] 



M r Tho: Martyn his house in Plymouth for a Presbyterian Congrega- 
tion. Devon 

Roger Moore his house in Greate Torrington Devon, for a Presbyterian 
& Independ* Congregation. 

John Guns house in Wetherfield in Essex 

Benjamin Perkins teacher Presbyt. in Wokingham in Berkshire 

Alice Haw her house in Wokingham in Barkshire. 

M rs Joane Strang widdow in Biddiford in Devon, for an Independ* 
Congregation 

Witt. Bartlets house in Biddiford for an Independ* Congregation 

John Bartlet in Biddiford for an Independ* Congregation. 

Michael Talour of Holsworthy, Presby. teacher 

George Capels house in Tingmouth Devon. 

Charles Mortons house in Kennington, & in the parish of St. Ives 
Cornwall. 

Robert Stead of Darthmouth Anabap 1 teacher in Devon. 

Willia Sealy his house in Topeshill neare Exon. for a Presbyt. Con- 
gregation. 

The School house at Exon. belonging to y e Hospital of St. Johns in 

Exon. 

[John Hickes. Ed.] 



320 (40 A). 

M r John Freeme his house at y e Devizes in y e County of Wilts. 

Independ* 
M r Frayling teacher, Independ* in y e same Town at M r Edward 

Hopes house the Younger. 
Georg Capels house in Tingmouth Devon. 
Samuel Mayne of Holsworthy Devon. 

M r Benjamin Perkins in Wokingham in Barkshire Presbyt. 
M r Ben. Perkins his house in y e same place. 
Alice Haw her house in the same place 
Tho: Martyn his house in Plym. Presbyt. 

WU' ^R 6 1 tf 1 ^ 1 * nouse m Biddiford for an Ind. Congr. 

M r Charles Morton house in Kennington, & in St. Ives in Cornwall 

Roger Moor's house in greate Torrington Devon, for Presby. & 
Independ. 

Richard Bakers house in Kingsbridg. 

M r William Yeo his house in Newton Abbott Devon. 

Trinity house in Greasebrook in y e parish of Rotherham York, belong- 
ing to y e Earl of Stafford for a Presbyt. Con^re. 

[John Hickes. Ed.] 



214 & -P. T)om. Car. II. 320 

320 (40 B). 

Endorsed : M r Hickes note 

Devon, London. 

[B. Ed.] 



John Rowe of Shobrook Devon, Presbyt. 

Tho: Martyn his house in Plymouth. Devon for a Presbyt. Congrega- 
tion. John Hickes. 

M r Tho: Sare Presbyterian teacher in Little Brittain London. 



320 (41). 

Endorsed : Northampton. 

__ j [B. Ed.] 

[A note, affixed in red chalk :] 
The perswasion must be specified 
as in others of this nature. 

A Catalogue of y e Names of divers Nonconforming Ministers now or late 
inhabiting the County of Northampton who .desire the Allowance 
of theire Persons for y e exercise of their Ministry according to his 
Ma ties late Declaration, together w th the Places wherein they desire 
to be allowed such exercise. 

M r John Maydwell. In y e New house of widow Cooper in Kettering 

M r Nathaniel Whiting. In his now dwelling house in Cranford. 

M r Stephen Fowler. In his now dwelling house in Killesby. 

M r Robert Rogers. In his now dwelling house in Wappenham. 

M r Robert Allen. In y e house of Edward Harby Esq. in Adson. 

M r Francis Dandy. In y c mansion house of M rs Margaret Brooke in 
Oakeley magna. 

M r John Coartman. in the house of John Maunsell esq. in Thorp Malsor 

M r James Cave in y e house of M rs Manley widow in Daventree. 

M r Henry Willis, in his now dwelling house in Cransley 

M r Henry Searle. in y e Mansion house of y e Lady Pykering in Tich- 
mersh 

M r John Worth, in y e house of M r John Billing in Weedon on y e street. 

M r Ralph Punne. in y e house of John Overton in Duncott. 

M r Richard Hooke. in his now dwelling house in Northampton. 

M r John Rowlett. in y e Mansion house of M rs Anne Elmes in War- 
mi ngton 

M r Stickland Negus in y e schoole house in Geddington. 

M r Vincent Alsop. in a certaine room over y e schoole in Wellingborough 

M r Robert Ekins in ye dwelling house of M rs Elizabeth Mulso in 
Twywell. 

M r Matthew Orlebar. in his now dwelling house in Polebrooke. 

M r John Willes. in y e dwelling house of M r John Morton in RingStouL 

M r John Baynard in y e Dwelling house of M r Rob 1 Guy in Isham 

M r Thomas Browning in a place called y e Nunery in Rothwell 

[The last two in a different handwriting. Ed.] 



S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 215 

320 (42). 

Addressed : For the right hon bl S r Tho Clifford. 



May it please you S r 

M r Francis Whiddon of Totnes desires his Mat ies Licence to 
preach to a people of the Non Conformitye. 
The place his owne house in Totnes. 
Hee is of the Presbeterian Judgm*. 

Your Honour is desired to mind M r Wood M r Stennings Freind. 

[By the same hand as 43. Ed.] 



320 (43). 

Endorsed : Totnes. [B. Ed.] 

A people of the Nonconformitye and Presbyterian Judgment desire a 
further place for Francis Whiddon to preach to them in a house Newly 
erected & fitted for that purpose being lately the howse of M rs Yard and 
now belonginge to y e s d M r Whiddon in y e Towne of Totnes in Devon. 

[In the same hand as 42, 106, 107. Ed.] 
[A separate half-sheet, not separately numbered.] 
Endorsed : Places not approved to be licensed. 



320 (44). 

M r Robert Francklin presb: A roome adjoining to his house in Blew- 
anchor alley in White Cross Street. 

[Ja: Inness jun r . Ed.] 

320 (45). 

Endorsed : Surrey, Hereford, Middlesex. [B. Ed.] 

M r James Janeway presbiterian a Roome adjoining to his dwelling 
house in Salisbury Street in St. Magdalen Bermondsey parish. 

M r W m Carslake Presbiterian a personall License only 

M r Thomas Kentish Prebiterian a personall License 

M r John Wood Presb: a Roome in his house in Darking in Surrey. 

M r Charles Morton Presb: a Roome in his dwelling house at Kennington 
in Lam bath 

M r Rob 1 Fish Presb: at his dwelling house in Ockley in Surrey. 

M r Rob: Tory, presb : Roome in Pauls Walden in Hertfordshire. 

[Ja: Inness jun r . Ed.] 



320 (46). 

Endorsed : Surrey, Hartfordshire. 



[B. Ed.] 



M r John Wood of Dorking in Surreye for his owne house 

M r Robert Fish of Ockley in Surreye for his owne house 

M r Thomas Lye of Clapham in Surreye for his owne house 

M r Thomas Kentish 

M r James Janewaye for his place in Salisbury Street 

W. Carslake 

M r Francklyn a place near his house 

M r Torye at Paulswalden Hartfordshire 



216 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 320 

320 v 47). 

M r Thomas Lye for his person & house at Clapham in Surrey 



320 (48). 

Endorsed : Presbyterian for M r Hicks. 



[SirJ.W. Ed.} 

William Stook 
Thomas Palk 
Henry Berry 
Robert Wine 
John Pope 
James Small 
Nicolas Sherwill 
Obadiah Hughes 
John Hanmer 
John Baker 
Nathan Jacob 

Edward Tooker in a certain house in Auton a village in West-Alvington. 
Tho: Martin at a certain house neare Charles Church in Plymouth. 
John Hickes at his dwelling house in Kingsbridg. 

[Certainly in the handwriting of John Hickes. Vide signature to 40 B. Ed.] 



Bartholomew Ash wood 
Tho: Wellman 
Richard Saunders 
Ralph Spragge 
William Crompton 
Edward Hunt 
Robart Gaylard 
John Mortimer 
John Jurdaine 
Bartholomew Yeo 



William Pearse 
John Quick 
Benjamin Berry 
Alexander Robinson 
Josias Wyet 
Richard Herring 
William Yeo 
John Syms 
Georg Mortimer. 
John Kempster 



820 (40). 

M r Sylvester Coleman Street, London. 

Winke ) , . .. * Augustine ffriars Lon: 

Pledger} Y where they live usually. #w ^ ChappeU ^ 

[Sir J. W. Ed.] 

The name of the Meeting house in Wapping| standing near . . . 
*is in Globe Alley Knowne by all J fill in this blanke. 

[J. W. Ed.} 
[The three names and the line that follows are in M r Benson's hand. Ed.] 



320 (50). 

Endorsed : Devon & London. 






[B. Ed.] 



M r Geo. Swinock. Prebiterian for M r Guies house of great Wickham. 
M r Ames Short. Presb: for his own house in Lyme. 
M r Bartholomew Ashwood. Indep 1 for his own house in Axminster 
together with a Locall License for M r Dunstons house at Ailes- 
burv if it might be procured w th out a ptie nominated thereunto. 
Presbyterian. 

[J. W. Ed.] 

[Ja: Innes jun r . Ed.] 

* By a distinct hand. Ed. 






S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 217 



320 (51). 
Endorsed 



Ailesbury, Devon, Lime. 



[B. Ed.] 



Licences are 

humblie desired 

by Ja: Innes jun r 



for 



/M r Ames Short. Presb : his house in Lime 
Mr Geo: Swinock. Presb. 
M r Dunstan's house of Ailesbury. 
M r Bartholomew Ashwood Indep 1 his owne 
house in Axminster. 

[Ja: Innes jun r . Ed.] 



320 (52). 

Devon & M r Witt. Crompton's. 

M r John Smiths houses in y e Town of Collumpton in Devon for a 
Presbyterian Congregation 

M r James Haddridg his house in Halberton. for a Presbyterian Congre- 
gation 

M r Andrew Holwills house in Woodberry for a Presbyterian Congrega- 
tion 

M r John Blundels house in Tiverton for a Presbyterian Congregation 

M r Charles Morton's house in Kennington and St. Ives for y e same 

M r John Baker a Generall teacher. 

[John Hickes. Ed.] 



120 (53). 
Endorsed : Devon. 



[B. Ed.] 



certaine house at Bowood in Harpford in Devon 

certaine house in Bucklye in Sidbury in Devon 

^he house of M r John Facye in Werrington in Devon 

James Janewaye person & Place in Redriffe neare Salisbury Street 
[ r Tho. Lye teacher at his house in Clapham. 

[At back in another hand.] 
Jeremiah French Independent of Bradford Abbas in Dorset at the 
Court Barne. [B. Eb.] 



120 (54). 
certaine house in Bowood in Harpford in Devon 
certaine house in Werrington in Devon, 
certaine house at Bucklye in Sidbury in Devon. 



JO (55). 
Endorsed : Devon, Surrey, Sussex. 



[B. Ed.] 



Humphrey Carslake's house in Bowood in Harpford | ^ 
t r Richard Carslake's house at Bucklye in Sidbury J 
r " James Fisher of Dorking in Surreye Congr: pson & house. 
John Buckley of Shipleye in Sussex for his person 
|ohn Priors house in Goring Lee in Shipley in Sussex 
' I r Richard Margesson's house in Stone Street in Ocklye, in Surreye 
I r Thomas Lye of Clapham & his house 



2i8 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 320 



320 (55 A). 

The house, or Hall of Widdow Knight in Southampton to be Licenced 

for a presbyt. Congr. 
Richard Margessons house in Stonestreet in Okeley Surrey 

John Priors house in Goring-Lee in Sussex 
Matthias Pemberton in Fanchurch Street Lond. 
M r Moorewood's house in Selby in Yorkshire presbyterian Assembly. 

[John Hickes. Ed.] 



320 (56). 

Endorsed : Ford's note. [B. Ed] 

1. A house or Room in Wycroft in Axminster in y e County of Devon 

in y occupation of Trusham Cop. y e people of y e Congregationall 
perswasion 

2. A Lycence for M r John Hodder of Thorncombe. And for M r John 

Wakeleys house in Thorncombe in y e County of Devon, 
ye people are of y e presbiterian perswasion 

3. A Licence for 

M r Thomas Wellman & for his own house, 
Silvester Rockey's & John Bradick's houses,' 

all in the parish of Luppitt in y e County of Devon 

4. A Licence for M r Thomas Worden. A House for him in Broadway 

in Worcestershire, & in Camden in Gloscestershire Congregationall 

5. A Licence for M r William Troy. And a House in Odington in 

Gloscestershire. And y e Town Hall in y e Borrough of Chippin 
Norton in Oxfordshire. y e people Congregationall. 



320 (57). 

Endorsed : Devon, Southampton. [B. Ed.] 



M r Nathaniel Robinson of Southampton Presbyterian, his own house & 

M rs Knights to be Licenced. 
Anthony Downe Robert Collins Tho: Welman 

Christopher Jelinger Richard Smith John Hodder 

John Hopping Oliver Peard Willia Sampson. 

Robert Woolcomb Anthony Palmer John Eaton 

John More John Berry John Wakely 

Jonathan Bowden John Gay Tho: Mall 

John Nosworthy Richard Saunders John Flavell 

John Serle James Hadderidg Lewis Hatch 

John Maudit Samuel Stoddon Francis Whidden 

[In pencil, Ap. n.1 
[Certainly in John Hickes's handwriting 






320 (58). 

Endorsed : Devon, Southampton. [B. Ed.] 



Nathaniel Robinson in Southampton the places for meeting M r Nath. 
Robinsons house k the house of Widdow Knight. 



S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 219 

M r John Smiths house in y e Town of Collumpton Devon. 

W James Haddridg his house in Halberton | C tions Presb 

M r Andrew Holwils house in Woodberry L & & ter j an 

M r John Blundels house in Tiverton j 

Tho: Foords house in Exon ) n ^-+i*~* D-.u^-n 

& l r 1 -r> r Congregations rresbytenan 

John Bartlets m Exon J b b y 

Tho: Yeabsley's house in Plymouth 

f nu * Brets , h , ouse in P'y mout J| \ Congregations Presbyterian. 
Tho. Martin s house in Plymouth : J to J 

fohn Facyes house in Warrington Devon. ) Congregations presby- 
Tho: Roberts house in Milton parish j terian. 

fohn Glanvils house in Plymouth. Congregation Presbyterian. 
Richard Bakers house in Kingsbridg Congregation Presbyte: 
fames Burdwoods house call'd Hexdown in Bigbury in Devon. Congre- 
gation Independ 1 Sc presbyterian. 
'illiam Cholwich his house in y e parish of Auton GifFord 
>hn Hodges his house call'd Moulscomb in the parish of Stokenham 

County Devon. Congregations Pres. 
[ r Tho: Lye for his Person, & house in Clapham. Presby: 
[ r Richard Binmore for his person & house in Woodland in Devon. 
Presbyterian. 

[John Hickes. Ed.] 



JO (59). 
Endorsed : M r Ed. Sheerman. [Sir J. W. Ed.] 



Samuel Gibbs Gent 1 being interested in a Markett Towne in Suf- 

folke called Nayland humbly presenteth y e Case following. 
That there is in the Towne more than 400 Inhabitants and have in y e 
Lid Towne a Church, alleaged to be built by y e Inhabitants for a 
Ihappell of Ease, but unindowed with any Tythes as is affirmed : the 
'roffitts belonging to y e said Towne together with the presentation 
ilongeth to y e next Towne called Stoke neer 2 miles distant, And the 
lcumbent of Stoke enjoyeth all the Tythes and proffitts of y e said 
Wne of Nayland, but refuseth to performe any Divine Service therein, 
'hereby y e Towne & Church is destitute of all publick Worship. In 
ider Compassion thereof the said Gibbs who is every way conformable 
y e Church of England hath procured a Conformable Priest to read 
layers and Preach in y e said Church each other Sunday, but is not in a 
Capacity to doe it oftner, And there is another Person, one Edw d 
>herman of an Episcopall Ordination that will read the Prayers and Preach 
ich other Sunday, but is under some Scruple as to Universall con- 
>rmitie. 

The humble desire of y e said Gibbs is that a License may be granted 
to Edward Sherman to officiate in y e said Empty Church or Chappell 
Standing in y e midst of y e said Towne, that y e Worship of God may be 
y e more uniformable performed by all the Inhabitants of y e said Towne, 
who have already showed their readinesse therein to y e aforesaid con- 
formable Minister. 



220 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 320 

320 (60). 

Endorsed : Devon. 

[B. Ed.] 

Exon: houses. 

John Palmers Robert Atkins at his own house & John Palmers. 

Tho: Chrispins John Bartlet at his own house & Anthony Smiths. 

John Boylands Tho: Ford at his own house & Tho: Chrispins. 

Anthony Smiths Mark Down at his own house and Nowel Pearses. 

Nowel Pearses Tho: Trescot at his own house & John Boylands. 

Tho: Sheers Benjamin Berry at his own house & Tho: Sheers. 
Robert Atkins 
Tho: Trescots 

John Serle of Weech 

William Fry 

William Payne all in the Parish of Buckerell. 

Tho: Welman j 

Silvester Rockey > their houses in Luppit. 

John Braddick I 

Bartholomew Ashwood his house in Axminster. . 

[John Hickes. Ed.] 



320 (61). 

Endorsed : Middlesex, 



[B. Ed.] 



Addressed : ffor his honored friend S r Joseph Williamson. 
Th(ese) p(re)sent. 

Apr: y e 12 th 1672. 
Deare S', 

If it bee not over great a trouble I desire you will bee pleased to 
send by this bearer (our good frend M r Veale) the licences I desired or 
at least let mee know when I may send for them. 

I am, 

ever yours, 
N. 



320 (62). 

Endorsed : Kent. 

[B. Ed. 

Nathaniel Wilmott Presbtr. 

M r Francis Jeoffery's house in Davington in Kent, 
& M rs Bunbury's house In Wye 

Hond Sir, 

bee pleased to send the licences for M r Nicolas Thorowgood, 
M r Thomas Byrdsell, M r Matthew Sylvester & mine, to our friend, ft 
you v. 

Your most humble servant, 
Edw: Veal. 



S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 221 

320 (63). 

Endorsed : Kent. [B. Ed.] 

Ni: Thorowgood Presb. for a hous in the Citty of Canterbury 
Edward Veal Presbyt: in Wapping ; a house there. 
Mathew Sylvester a Personal licence. 
Thomas Byrdsell neer York a personall licence. 

[N.B. The letter in 62 and the whole memorandum 63 are in Mr. Veal's 
handwriting. Ed.] 



320 (64). 

M r Nicolas Thorowgood Presbyt. M r Buck his house in Rochester. 
Rob: Cum per of Maldon, Essex, house. 



320 (65). 

Endorsed : Kent. 



Nathaniell Wilmott, Presbyterian. 

, p, j M r Francis Jeoffery's house in Davington in Kent, 
tne riaces j & Mrs g unbui y s house j n Wye in y e same County 



320 (66). 

Endorsed : Kent. [B. Ed.] 

[athaniell Wilmott, Presbyterian, 
the Places M r Jeoffery's house in Davington, in Kent 
M rs Bunbury's house in Wye in y e same County. 

[N.B. The mem. in 62, the whole of 65 and 66 are in the same handwriting 
(? Nathaniel Wilmot's). Ed.] 



10 (67). 
Endorsed : Hereford, Wilts, York, Barwick, Somerset, Devon, 

Southampton, MiM. Dorset, Cornwall 

[? B. Ed.] 

M r Francis Warham. Presb. 

Punsburne house belonging to M r Ewer near Hatfeild in Hertfordshire. 
M r Ben: Flower Presb. his own house at Chippenham in Wiltshire 
the house of M r Tho: Senior at Clapton in Hackney 
& the house of M r Henry Ashurst there. 
Gabriell Major, his own house in Leicester towne. 

[Added later. Ed.] 
M r Robert Armitage. Presb. of Holbeck. 

Lilbury house near Holbeck in Yorkshire 
M r Wm Hawden, Presb. of Sherborn the place called the White- 
house in Sherborn in Yorkshire. 
Mr Luke Ogle Presb. of Barwick. 

not app. the Schoole house in the towne of Barwick upon Tweed. 
M r Nich: Wresseil Presb. of Barwick. 

not app. The Talbooth at the towne-house in Barwick. 
M r Nathaniell Haywood a Gen 11 teacher Presb. 



2 22 S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 

Mr Wm Hunt Presb. of New Sarum. 

not appr. the Guildhall at Salisbury, 
the Shooemakers Hall there. 
M r Henry Backaller. Presb. a Gen 11 teacher of Chard in Somersett 
M r Ben: Milles Presb. of Chard in Somersett. 

not app. the new hall in the midst of the towne of Chard in 
Somersettshire. 
M r Geo: Whitemarsh Independent, of Salisbury. 

his own house at Salisbury. 
M r Jeremiah Baines Presb. at Horsly Downe in Southwark 

a Generall teacher. 
M r Henry Havers Presb. his own house at Stamborn in Essex. 
M r Sam: Series house of Honiton in Devon \ R . 

& Mr Peter Cole's house there J I3a P nsts - 

M r John Rede Baptist. 

not app. the house at Birdlimes farm in the tything of Porton & 
parish of Idmiston in Wiltshire. 
M r Tho: Long Baptist his own house at little Amesbury in Wiltshire 
M r James Wise Baptist, of New Sarum. 

the house of M r Tho: Batt in Salisbury. 
M r Henry Pen. Baptist, his own house at Broadtholk in Wilts. 
M r John Kent. Bapt. his own house att Upper Wallop in Southampton. 
M r John Alchurch. Bapt. of Upper Wallop in Southampton. 

the house of Widdow Blake in Stowford in the parish of South- 
newton in Wilts. 
It is humblie desired that where the places are not approved Licences 

may be granted for the persons without the places. 
Lazarus Seaman Presb. D.D. of Hamersmith a Generall teacher 
M r Hugh Glover Presb. his own house in Bishops Starford. 
M r Edward Buckler of Bradford in Dorsetshire Presb. a Gen 11 teacher. 
M r Richard Fairclough. of Thames Street London, Presb. a Gen 11 

teacher 
M r Francis Sourton of Pouderham in Devon Presb. a Gen 11 teacher. 
The house of M r W"> Hocker in the parish of St. Breock nere Wade- 

bridg in Cornwall. 

[Ja: Innes jun r . Ed.] 



320 (68). 

Endorsed : Wilts, some not approved. 

[B. Ed] 

M r Ben: Flower Presb. his own house at Chippenham in Wilts 

M r Robert Armitage Presb. Lilbury house near Holbeck in Yorkshire. 

M r William Hawden Presb. a place called White-house in Sherborn 
in Yorkshire. 

M r Luke Ogle Presb. the Schoolehouse in the towne of Barwick upon 
eed 

M r Nicholas Wressell. Presb. the Tal booth at the towne-house of Bar- 
wick. 

M r Nathaniell Hay wo >. a Generall teacher. 

[Ja: Innes jun r . Ed] 






S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 223 

320 (69). 

Endorsed : Midd. [B. Ed.] 

M r Ben: Flower Presb. his own house at Chippenham in Wilts 
the house of M r Tho: Senior at Clapton in Hackney M x . 

[Ja: Innes jun r . Ed.] 



820 (70). 

Endorsed : Middlesex. [B. Ed.] 

[ r Ben: Flower Presb. his own house at Chippenham in Wiltshire Sc 

the Guildhall there. 
[ r Thomas Senior Presb. his own house at Clapton in Hackney. 

[Ja: Innes junr. d.] 



JO (71). 
Endorsed : Devon, Leices, Middlesex. [B. Ed.] 

W m Low Presb: for his own house Sc M r Staines adjoining to it in 
Chiswick. 

[ r Tho: Senior Presb. for a house at Clapton in Hackney. 
[ r Abraham Hume Presb: a personall License. 
Gabriell Major Presb: for a house in Leicester-towne 
John Chester Presb: for a house in Made Lane in St. Saviours 
Southwark. 
[At the back, written the reverse way.] 
John Fox for a Barn belonging to M r Crag in Hornisham in Wilts. 
a Barn in Nailsworth in Gloucester. 

[Ja: Innes jun r . Ed.] 



JO (72). 
Endorsed : Southampton. [B. Ed.] 

imuel Tomlins, Late Minister & of the Presbiterian Perswassion Living 
in the pish of Upham in the County of Southamton desiers the 
Benefit of Our Most Gratious Majesties Decleration for Granting 
Liberty to preach in the Howse of Ann Complin widdow in the 
Citty of Winchester and Over the Market House of the sayde Citty 
and in Order theire unto desiers a License for the same 



10 (73). 

Endorsed : Southampton. [B. Ed.] 

[ r Henry Coxe of the Congregationall way to have a Licence to preache 
in his owne house in South-Hampton. 

at M rs Hurds house at Eastly farme in the Parish of South Stone- 
ham. 

at M r James Markes his house in the Parish of Droxford. 

At M r John Puckeridge his house in Rumsey. 



224 $ P- "Dom. Car. II. 320 

320 (74). 

Endorsed : Southampton, Colchester. [B. Ed.] 



M r Henry Coxe a Congregationall Min r . 

at his House in Southampton at M rs Elizabeath Hurds House in 

South Stoneham at M r James Markes his House in Droxford at 

M r John Puckuridge's House in Rumsey. 
Edward Warren of the presbyterian perswasion. 

at John Rayners house in Colchester. 



320 (75). 

M r James Markes house in Droxford 

M rs Hurds house in Esley nere Southampton 



320 (76). 

M rs Hurds house in Esley nere Southampton 

M r Gyles Say to preach at his owne house in Southampton Indepen- 
dent 

M r Richard Upjohn for his dwelling House in Westen in y e parish of 
St Marys nere Southampton. Independant' 

[The same hand as 74. Ed,] 



320 (77). 

Endorsed : Sussex, Buks. 

[B. Ed.] 

Edmund Thorpe to preach at his house in Selscomb. Sussex. 
Joseph Bennet, at his house in Brightling Sussex. 

John Troughton at the house or barn of William Burnard. at Caversfeild: 
Bucks 



320 (78). 

Endorsed : Joseph Tarn worth South wark.) 
John Storer High Gate J e 

Middlesex. [B. Ed.] 



Richard Mayo. Presbyter. 

A house of M r Pigots in Kingston upon Thames, Surry. 



320 (79). 

Endorsed : London, Middlesex. [B. Ed.] 



Richard Kentish of the Congregationall Persuasion. 

A house neere the Hermitage by Wapping. 
John Light of the Congregationall Persuasion. 
1 1 owne house in Thames-Street. 
[At the back.] 
M r Kk hard Kentiifl of the Congregationall Persuasion. A house neare 
the Hermitage in the P. 

[Huge writing.] 



S. P. Dom. Car. II. 320 225 

320 (80). 

S r , 

I desire y u to pcure a Lycense for M r James Hartley a Non- 
conformist minister of the Congregationall or Independant pswasion 

And for the place for publike meeteing itt is desired that he be placed 
in a* Certaine House in the pish of Kildwicke in Craven in the west- 
rideing of the County of Yorke. 

I pray use yo r most expeditious indeavors in this bussinesse, & y u will 
oblidge S r 

Yo r greatly oblidged serv 1 

15th Aprill 1672. Tim Cloudsley. 



(81). 
Endorsed : Dover. 



[B. Ed.] 
Dover 15 Apr. 1672. 



These are to certifle That as a testimony of o r thankfull acceptance of 
Ma ties gracious declaration of the 15th of march last, wee do 
imbly desire wee may have a Licence for Richard Hobbs to be o r 
'eacher & also a Licence for o r meetinghouse, w ch is allready fixt & 
ted, being a roome at the Southend of Samuell Tavenors house neere 
market-place in Dover, & that the said licences may be delivered to 
lis bearer to send downe to us. 

Signed by us whose names are und r written, by the consent & 
jpointmt, & on behalfe of o r selves & all the Baptised people in Dover : 
Richard Hobbs. Ambros Williams. 

Richard Cannon. 
Sam: Tauenor. 



10 (82). 
Endorsed : Chappell at Morley. R 23 Apr. 72. 



[B. Ed.] 



Whereas the Chappell at Morley in the parish of Batley in the 

mnty of Yorke hath stood vacant divers yeares & noe way likely to 

supplyed with a minister, haveing noe maintenance belonging to it ; 

Wee the Inhabitants of the said Chappelrey doe hereby testifie our 

r illingnes & ffree consent that M r Christopher Martial and M r Samuell 

lalie may have liberty to preach in the said Chappell to such Noncon- 

)rmists as shall upon occasion from time to time resort thither if his 

laiesty will be pleased to grant & allow the same ; Witnes our 

mds the 15th day of Aprill 1672. 

[Twenty-one signatures (autograph) :] 



ilph Webster 
>seph Ellis 
llliam Clarke 

fohn Tomlinson 

[ohn Webster 

John Steaner 

'Mathew Scatcher 



Joseph Dickson 
John Warde 
William Roebucke 
John Halliday 
John Barras 
Jn Dickinson 
John Smith 

* At his house. 



Jere: Bolton 
Richard Hardcastle 
John Rayner 
Christopher Riley 
Samuell Reyner 
Tho: Craister 
Tho: Atkinsonn 

15 



226 S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 

320 (83). 

Endorsed : Essex. [B. Ed.] 

Licences are humbly Desired for these Following Persons & places, 
viz. : 

M r John Turner Presbyt: At his House near Fetter Lane London. 

M r William Bruice Presbyt 1 ^ . _ ^ c , r ., , 

w r rp. u t> d I . \ Both at y e George in Smithieild. 
M r Timothy Bruice Presbyt J / & 

M r Henry Newcome Presbyt At his House in Manchester Lancas: 

In whose Behalfe is this Addresse which is annexed 

By me 

Richard Steele. 

[On other side of leaf. Sheet folded in three not numbered middle fold endorsed 
Essex X.'] 

John Benson of Writtle in Essex, in his own till he has another. 



320 (83 I). 

Endorsed : Indulgence Towne of Manchester. Apr. 72. 



[B. Ed.] 



To the King's Most Excellent Mat ie . 

The Humble Addresse & Peticon of severall Inhabitants of the 
Towne of Manchester in y e County Palatine of Lancaster, in the name 
of themselves & Sundry other of the same Towne. 

Humbly Sheweth 

That Your Ma ties Gracious Declaration of the 15 th of March last 
past wherein Your Ma ties Indulgence to us is fully manifested, is with 
all humble thankfulnes acknowledged by us. And professing our 
Loyalty to Yo r Sacred Ma tie with all Sincerity, and resolving by the 
grace of God to use the Liberty so given us with that moderation & 
peaceablenes that Yo r Maty mav not nave cause to repent the favour 
afforded to us therein ; 

We are humble Peticoners to Yo r Sacred Ma tie , that in pursuance 
thereof, yo r Ma tie would be gratiously pleased to Allow & License 
M r Henry Newcome M r in Arts (being of the Presbyterian persuasion) 
Our former Minister in this Place To exercise his Ministeriall function 
amongst us ; And that the House of the said M r Newcome hired for 
that purpose situate in Manchester may be the Place allowed for their 
Meeting. For which Royall Favour to the sayd M r Newcome & Us. 

Yo r Ma ties Most Humble Peticoners shall ever pray &c. 

[Richard Steele. Ed.] 

Joseph Werden John Wollen Matt: Greaves 

es Hilton Rich. Meare Caleb Broadhead 

Sam 1 Woolmer Mich: Buxton Thomas Bayly 

Robert Digeles John Alexander Thomas Evans 

Edw. Syddall Robert Hill 

[Autographs. Ed.] 



S. P. Dom. Car. II. 320 227 

320 (84;. 

Endorsed : London, Carmarthen, Glamorgan. 

[B. Ed.] 



John Turner Presbyt. at his house neer Fetterlane Lond. 
William Bruice \ Presbyt: and a License for some Roomes at the 
Timothy Bruice J George in Smithfield. Lond. 

Stephen Hughs Congr. at Evan Morris House of Lanstephan) Carmarthen- 
parish & at Widow Jenkins' House of Penkader. shire, 
laniel Higgs Congr at his own House & at the School - house in 
Swansey. Glamorganshire. 

[Richard Steele. Ed.] 



JO (85). 
Endorsed : Swansey, Davies 

Walles. 



[B. Ed.] 



>aniell Higgs preacher of the Congregationall way in Swansey att 
Tho: Williams house Swansey pembrockshyere. 
0:D [Owen Davies. Ed.] 



JO (86). 
Endorsed : Swansey. Lancashire, not appr. 



[B. Ed.] 



laniel Higgs Congregat. 

Swansey schoole house (not licensed) and his owne house Gla- 
morgan shire, 
itephen Hughes congregat. 

at y e house of Evan Morris of Lanstephan and at y e widdow 
Jenkins of penkader, Carmarthen shire 



10 (87). 

Endorsed : M r Stubbs Jewin Street. 

M r Andr. Parsons Deadman's place. 
M r Steele Westmorland house. 



[J. W. Ed.] 



resbyt. 1 M r Henry Stubbs at his house neer Jewin Street, 
resbyt. > M r Andrew Parsons at Dead-mans-place Southwark. 
resbyt. ) M r Richard Steele at Westmorland House London. 
William Bruice at the George in Smithfeild London. 

M r Henry Newcome at Manchester. 

M 1 Philip Henry at his house cald Broadoke neer Hanm r Flintsh. 

M r Samuel Tayler at Wem. 

M r Edward Laurence 

Henry Vaughan 
M r Thomas Leadbeatre 

[Richard Steele. Ed.] 
152 



228 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 320 

320 (88). 

John Whitlock of the Presbyterien Perswasion in the Towne hall in ye 
Towne & County of the Towne of Nottingham. 

William Reynolds of the Presbyterien Perswasion in the Kings hall 
commonly called the County hall in the Towne of Nottingham. 

John Barrett of the Presbyterien Perswasion in the Spice chambers, 
with the Roome under it, anciently called the Old Shambles in the 
Towne & County of the Towne of Nottingham. 

Samuel Cotes of the Presbyterien Perswasion in the free schoole in 
Nottingham. 

Samuel French of the Presbyterien Perswasion dwelling in the Parish of 
Towne Mailing in Kent, the Meeting place desired is the Hall 
of the Old Abby, in w ch Richard Sighurst now dwelleth. 

Daniel Diggs Congregationall, at the Schoole howse in Swanzey. 

Comfort Starr, Congregationall Teacher desires the Old Chappell be- 
longing to the Hospitall of St. Bartholomews Sandwich. 

Tho: Jacomb, D.D. of the Presbyterien Perswasion desires to preach at 
Haberdashers hall London, & at the Countesse of Exofi's howse 
in little Brittaine. 

Anthony Palmer & George Fownes Presbyterians desire to preach at 
the Glasse howse in Broadstreet. 

[Whitehall Off. J. Benson (?). Ed.] 



320 (88 A). 
A License 

For M r William Cooke Presbyt. at some roomes in a House cal'd the 

White fryars in Chester. 
For M r Richard Bell Presbyt. at the House of M r Edward Eves & 

M r George Fowler & M r s Elizabeth Deakin of Walsall, Staff. 
For a House scituate neer y e Colledge in Manchester Lancast. for a 

meeting place for M r Henry Newcome Presbyt. 
For M r 'Vaughan Presbyt. ) both Generall Licenses. 
For M r Edward Lawrence J They live in Spittlefeilds London. 
A Licence for M r Gurnall Taylor Presbyterian at his house in Wem. 
A Licence for M r ffrancis Keeling prsbyt. in any licenced place. 

To be sent to M r Parsons house neer y e Red hart in Fetterlane. 

[Richard Steele. Ed.] 



320 (88 B). 

Tho: Jacomb D.D. humbly desires the benefitt of his Ma tics late 
gracious Declaration to bee approved of and allowed to preach at 

not allowed 
Haberdashers Hull Loml:, and at the Countesse of Exeters House 
in little Brittaine. Presb. 

[B. Ed.] 



S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 229 

320 (89). 

M r Samuel French Teacher of the Presbaterian perswasion dwelling in 
the parrish of Towne Mailing in Kent, the meeting place desired 
is the hall of the old Abby in which Richard Sighurst now 
dwelleth. 



320 (90). 

Thomas Lawson of Norton Independ 1 teacher 

his house the place y e county Suffolk 
M rs Mary Cooks house in Berry in South-gate street 
John Sheffield of Enfield Middlesex his own house 

Presbyterian. 



M r Clarke & M r Ferrington 



[John Hickes. Ed.] 



320 (91). 

John Sheffeild of Enfeild, Presbiter, his Owne house & M r Farringtons 
& Mr Clarkes. 



320 (92). 

John Sheffeild of Enfeild, Presbiter, for his own house, M r Farringtons 
& Mr Clarkes Enfeild. 



320 (93). 
[N.B. Endorsement properly belongs to 93 and 93 I. as one document, not two.] 

Endorsed : London, Kent, Lancashire, Somerset. 

[B. Ed.] 



of y e Citie of London. 

Jo h hKde e r} Teachers - Congregationall. 

The Meeting Place in y e Garden Apertaining to y e dwelling house 
of M r John Loder In Chiry tree Ally on Bun hill in y e Parish 
of S: Gileses Criple Gate London 
John Wells Teacher Presbiterian. 

The Meeting'Place in his dwelling House in y e Midle Morefields 
in ye Parish of Shoreditch in y e County of Midlesex. 
And 
not app. Lorimers Hall in y e Parish of S fc Gileses Criplegate 
London. 
Comfort Starre Teacher of Sandwich in Kent Congregationall 
Their Meeting Place. 

The old Chapell belonging to y e Hospitall of S l Bartholomeaw 
near & without y e walls of Sandwich. Congregationall. 

[Rob* Mascall. Ed.] 



230 S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 

320 (93 I). 

Endorsed : London, Kent, Lancashire, Somerset. 

[B. Ed.] 



4. Bristoll M r John Thompson Teacher in Bristoll, of the Congre- 

gationall perswasion. 

The meeting place in Castle-Street there, belonging to the House 
of M r Thomas Harris. 

5. Temple-coom in Somersetshire 

M r John Eaton Teacher, of the Congregationall perswasion 

The meeting place M r James White's house at More-mill in 
Temple-coom parish. 
[Though properly belonging to 93, 93 I is not in Mr. Mascall's handwriting. Ed.] 



320 (93 II). 

6. Hen: Newcome of the Presbyterian Perswation to Preach in his 
House att Manchester Lancashire. 

[In huge characters. Ed.] 
[N.B. The 6 in the margin seems to indicate that this application was made with 
93 I and 93 II. Ed.] 



320 (94). 

Endorsed : London, Manchester, Somerset, Cheshire. 



[B. Ed.] 



M r Phil. Nye"! Congr. at the garden of y e house of John Loder in Cherry 

M r Loder / tree Ally on burn hill in Cripple-gate parish London. 

Mr John Wells. 

Mr Star. 

M r Thompson 

M r Eaton. 

M r Hen. Newcome Pr. at his house in Manchester. 

M r John Wells, Presb. Lorimmers hall in Cripplegate parish, not 

approved. 
M r John Thompson of Bristoll Congr. Meeting place in Castle Street 

belonging to (in) the howse of M r Thomas Harris Bristoll. 
M r John Eaton, Congr. at M r James Whites howse in the parish of 

Temple Coome, Somerset. 
M r Tho: Leadbeater, Pr. at his howse called the Hermitage, Sandbatch 

Parish, Cheshire. 

[The latter part M r Benson. Ed.] 



320 (95). 

Endorsed : Kent. 

[B. En] 

The Townc ich in y . [Paper torn.] 

M r Comfort Starre, Teacher of y Perswasion Conionly Called Con- 
gregational 



S. P. IDom. Car. II. 320 231 

Their Meeting Place. 
The old Chappell belonging to y e Hospitall of St. Bartholomews, w th out 
y c walls of Sandwich. 

[Rob* Mascall. Ed.] 



320 (96). 

Endorsed : Middlesex, 



[B. Ed.] 



M r Phillip Teaverner a Presbiterian his habitation at Thisleworth in 
Midlsex, Tent to M' Olliver. 



320 (97). 

Endorsed : Lethersell rs Hall. 
D r Owen his owne house in Charter house Yard. 
M r Griffith his owne house in Addle Street. 

[SirJ.W. Ed.] 

Society of Leathersell rs in London. 

the freedome of theire Hall is graunted unto D r Owen and M r 
John Loder to preach there, Soe as they obtayne his Ma ts 
Licence for that purpose. 

This 16th Aprill 1672. 

Rob t Harbin, 

Clarke of the said Society. 



320 (98). 

To the Kings most Excellent Majesty. 

The most humble acknowlegement of y e Nonconforming Ministers 
in the County of Cornwall. 

May it please your most excellent Majestic 

Wee your most faithfull Subjects being duely Sc deeply appre- 
hensive of your Royall favor, and Clemency exprest in your gracious 
Declaration of Indulgence, doe render most hearty, & thankfull acknow- 
legements thereof., And most humbly desire & petition that wee may 
reape the benefitt of your Favor, in affording us Licences to exercise our 
Function & allowing us such places as wee humbly shall propose to your 
Maj lie . Wee behaving our selves peaceably and unblameably ; & wee 
shall endeavor to y e utmost of our abilities to demonstrate our selves 
your Maj ties most Loyall subjects & alsoe shall ever pray for your 
Maj ties constant happinesse in your Person & Government. 

[? John Hickes. Ed.] 



232 S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 



[Autograph signatures :[ 






Edward Sheffield 


Theophilus Tingcombe 


Jonathan Wills 


Joseph Allen 


Stephen Lobb 


Joseph Halsey 


John Cowbridg 


Otho Whitehorne 


Richard Batten 


Robert Jagoe 


Charles Morton 


Roger Flamanke 


Thomas Triggs 


Gaspar Hi ekes 


Samuel Tapper 


John Langsford 
Joseph Sherwood 


Solomon Carfeild 


John Tutchin 


Henry Flamanke 


Thomas Traverse 


William Trevithicke 


William Toms 


Thomas Hancocke 


William Knapman 


William Treise 


William Oliver: 


320 (99). 






Endorsed : Cornwall. 








[B. Ed.] 



Stephen Lobb prisbiterion desires to have the Benefit of his Maiustey 
Dec ,n to preach in Treworder house in Kenwyn and fallmouth 
house in Mylor in the Countey of Cornewall the two houses being 
M r Richard Lobbs 



320 (100). 

Stephen Lobb Presbyterion the place M r Richard Lobbs House 
Kenwyn and M r Lobbs house in Mylor In Cornewall. 



in 



320 (101). 

Endorsed : Ipswich. 

[B. Ed.] 

M r Owen Storton & M r Henery Havers For the Congregations of Inde- 
dependent and Presbyterian to meet in a place Called the grey fryers 
in Nicholas parrish in Ipswich. 



320 (102). 

M r Owen Stockton) Teachers of the Congregacon of Independants & 
M- Henrey Havers/ presbyterian 

at The Gray ttriers in St. Nicolas pish in Ipswich. 



320 (103) 

Endorsed : Devon & Somerset. 

[B. Ed.] 

The humble PetiCon of a Congregational 1 Church in South Molton in 
V* County of Devon. For his Mattel Licence for M" Thomas 
Mall to be their Teacher And the place for Worship to be a howse 
belonging to Mr Rob* Squires in ye s <* Townc. 



; 



a?. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 233 

A Licence for M r Rob 1 Drake to preach in the howse belonginge to 
Peter Southwood in the parish of Bucldand in Somersetsheire 

Of the Presbetirian Judgm 1 . 
By M r T rers desire^ being acquainted hereof. 

[In another hand. Ed.] 



320 (104). 

William Sampson teacher. Devon 

James Hadderidg teacher. Devon. 

John Eaton teacher Devon. 

John Wakeley teacher Devon. 

Tho: Mall Independ* teacher at South-Moulton Devon, 

Rich. Bickley of Totnes Presbyt. teacher Devon. 

John Hoppin neare Exon. Presbyt. teacher 

Sam. Stoddon teacher Devon. 



[John Hickes. Ed.] 



M r Matthew Woodman for his person & house in Horsham in Sussex. 

M r Georg Ewer his house in Southwark 

Graves Weaver his house in Jerusalem Alley in Gracechurch street 

London. 
M r James Perkins teacher in Blechingley in Surrey: Pres: 
M r Joseph Buttery his house in Blechingley in Surrey. 

[John Hickes. Ed.] 



320 (105). 

Endorsed : Middlesex, Nottingham, Derby, Bedford. 
Some not approved. 



[B. Ed.] 



Joseph Farnworth a presbiterian in Buby lane Wapping a little below 

y e flower-de-luce at his owne house. 
John Storer of the Presbyterian way at his owne house in the Towne of 

High gate in the county of Middlesex. [R. Mascall. Ed.] 

John Whitlock of the Presbiterian Perswasion. 

not app. in the Towne hall in the Towne & County of the 
Towne of Nottingham. 
William Reynolds of the Presbiterian perswasion. 

not app. in the King's hall comonly called the County hall in the 
Towne of Nottingham. 
John Barrett of the presbiteria perswasion in the spice Chambers w th 

the Roome under it antiently called the Old Shambles in the 

Towne & County of the Towne of Notting m . 
Rob 1 Porter of the presbiteria perswasio a generall preacher. 
John Billingsly of the presbiteria perswasio a generall preacher 
John Leighton of the presbiteria perswasio at M r Jn Chamberlaines 

house in the Towne & County of the Towne of Nottingham. 



234 S. P. Dom. Car. II. 320 

Sam 11 Cotes of the presbiteria, perswasio in the free schoole in the Towne 

& County of the Towne of Notting m . 
John Otefeild of the presbiteria perswasio in the house of Jn Spateman 

Esq r , at Roadnook in the County of Derby 
Samuell Nowell of the presbiteria perswasio at the house of M r John 

Richardson Gentleman at Newton in the County of Derby. 
William Cross of the presbiterian perswasio at the house of Thomas 

Porter, Gentleman in Bingham in the County of Nottingham. 
Sam 11 Clark of the presbiteria, perswasio at the house of Thomas Bryan 

in Leighton Budezzart in Bedfordshire. 
John Whitlock of the presbiteria perswasio att his owne dwelling house 

in Mansfeild in the County of Notting m . 



320 (106). 

Endorsed : Devon. 

[B. Ed.] 

A Licence is prayed by a Congregaconall Church in Bideford in Devon 
that M r John Bartlett may be a Teacher in the s d Church. 

And that the place of their worshipp may be in part; of the howse belong- 
inge to Gabriell Beale in y e s d Towne. 

[The same hand as 42, 43, and 107. Ed.] 



220 (107). 

Endorsed : Berks. 

[B. Ed.] 

A Licence for Henry Langley, D r of Divinity to preach in his owne 
house in Tubney parish in the County of Berks, presb. 
The parish is a sine Cura & w th out a Minister. 

[The same hand as 42, 43, and 106. Ed.] 



320 (108). 

Endorsed : Colchester. 

[B. Ed.] 

For Edward Warren of the presbyterian perswasion, to teach at the 
house of John Rayner in Colchester. 

[The same hand as 109. Ed.] 



320 (100). 

Endorsed : Colchester 

[B. Ed.] 

For M' Edward Warren of the presbyterian perswasion to teach at his 
own hired house in Colchester or in the house of John Rayner in 
the same Town or in any other house that shall be licensed and 
allowed by His Maiesty. 
Colchester. 

[The same hand as 108. Ed.] 



S. P. TDom. Car. II. 320 235 



320 (110). 

Endorsed : 



Yorkeshire, Kent, 
Somerset. 



Bucks, London, Middlesex, 
[B. Ed.] 



Addressed : For S r Joseph Williamson. 

Lon: Apr: y e 17 th : 72. 
Dearest S r , 

Would you say this were a trouble, I would not cofnit y e like 
error. I expected licences according to your pmis to our frend 
M r V. I am as freely ready to give, as you can rec e gr: of allowance 
upon y e account of the multiplicity of busines. if you can or will pray 
send licences as followeth & if it bee the least inconvenience to you I 
will trouble you noe farther than to tell you allwaies that I am 

Yours in most sincerity, 
N. 

Samuell Slater MA his house at Walthamstow Pres: 

Nich: Thorowgood his house in Canterbury pres: MA 

Edward Veales his meeting house in Waping pres: BD 

Tho: Burdsall MA: Licence generall. pres: 

Math: Sylvester MA Licen: gen: pres: 

Thomas Harocks his house in Battersey MA presb: 

Elias Pledger MA Licen: gen pres: of London 

Peeter Vincke M.A. Lie. ge: pres: of London. 

George Swinhow of Woodred parish Amersham his house in Bucks: 

Oliver Heywood MA pres his house in y e parish of Halifax Yorkshire. 

James Sale MA pres: his house in Leeds. 

Tho. Sharpe M.A. pres: his house in Leeds. 

Not inserted [B. Ed.] 
or y e School house there for y e too last teach rs are helpers of each other. 

[Margin.] 
I beg theese may bee sent by this bearer & pray thee soe for 'tis lawfull 
sometimes to bee troublesome. 
I am weary myself of this wuike but cannot deny W. 



320 (111). 

g-3 S 9. Daniel Ball of Stoke Newington in ye County of Middlesex 
minister, of y e presbyterian persuasion & for his dwelling 
house & y e house of M" Stock widow in y e parish of 
Newington afores d . 



V. no 
iLj' o 



320 (112). 

I rec d the Enclosed this day from my father w ch he desires may 
have its effect as soone as may be I knowe noe freind soe versed in such 
an affaire as this that my father can soe freely request as yo r selfe to 



236 S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 

befreind him. Birmingham is the Corporation, & here are the hands of 
some of the principall of the Towne What may be done & as soon as 
may be herein is the request of 

Yo r Assured freind &c 
17 Apr. 72. Cha: Fisher. 

[At back] 
his owne house, The Schoole house, M r John Malls house. 

[SirJ.W. Ed.] 



320 (113). 

Endorsed : Somerset 

[B. Ed.] 

M r David Bayly his house in the Town of Bridgwater a Meeting place 

for a Presbyterian Congregation. County Somerset. 
A Licence for M r John Gardner [Graft] to be teacher in y e same 
Town. 

[John Hickes. Ed.] 
Given by M r Hickes 17 Ap. 72. 

[B. Ed.] 



320 (114). 

Endorsed : Dorset and Devon. 

[B. Ed.] 

Devon. Presbyterian. 
M rs Alice Serle Widdow her house in Olliscomb 
Robert Michell senior his house in Gittisham 
M r Robert Collings his house in St. Mary Ottery 
M r John More his house in St. Mary Ottery. 

Presbyterian. 
M r Witt: Eastman at Shaftsberry a General Licence 
M r Rich.* Harris his house in Shafsberry for a Meeting place in y e 
County of Dorset. 

[John Hickes. Ed.] 
given him that night. ^ 

John Hickes 17 Ap: 72 / [B * Ed] 



320 (115). 

Endorsed: Persons who desire Licences 17 Apr. 1672. 



[B. Ed.] 



i 



Samuel Slater M.A. Presbyterian desires a licence for his howse at 

Walthamstow. 
Nicholas Thorowgood M.A. Presbyterian desires a licence for his 

Howse in Canterbury. 
Thomas Harrockes M.A. Presbyterian desires a licence for his howse in 

Batterscy. 
Oliver Heywood M.A. Presbyterian desires a licence for his howse in 

the Parish of Halifax, Yorkshire. 



S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 237 

James Sale M.A. Presbyteiran desires a licence for his howse in Leeds. 
Thomas Sharp M.A. Presbyterian desires a licence for his howse in 

Leeds. 
M r James Hartley of the Congregationall & Independent Perswasion 

desires a licence for his howse in the parish of Kildwicke in Craven 

in the Westriding of Yorke. 
William Hooke & John Langston his Assistant of the Congregationall 

Perswasion desire to teach at the howse of Richard Loton in 

Spittle Yard, London. 
Thomas Brand a Presbyterian desires a licence to teach at the Lady 

Roberts howse in Cranbrooke, in Kent. 
. . . Rathband a Presbyterian desires to teach at Richard Davys howse 

in Horsmonden, in Kent. 

[B. Ed.] 



{20 (116). 
Endorsed 



Dorsetshire. 



[B. Ed.] 



M r Joshua Churchill Teacher, of the Congregationall way 

The meeting place at his own house in Dorchester in Dorsetshire 
& at M r Benjamin Davenish's house in Fordington adjoyning. 



320 (117). 

'he house of Benjamin Devenish in Fordington in the County of dorsett 
for a meeting place for the Congregationall perswation. 

Churchill. 



320 (118). 

W Woodward P r . 

John Yapps howse of Orleton, Hereford. 
4 rs Jane Littleton of the More, Salop. Pr. h. 
John Woodyat of Billfield Pr. h. 
Tohn Hughs of Orleton Pr. h. 

[? B. Ed.] 



[At the side of it 
scribbled over in era- 
sure :] 

For M r John Hickes 
These 

Leave this not M 1 
James Hickes in 
post office. London 



320 (119). 

William Woodward. Presb: for John Yapps house in Orleton in 

Hereford shire. 
A licence for M rs Littleton's house, presb: of y e Moor, in y e County of 

Salop. 
And for John Woodyatts of Bylfield in the County of Hereford. Presb: 
And for John Hughs his house in Orleton in y e County of Hereford. 

Presb. 



238 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 320 

Back of 320 (118). 

Of y e Towne of Sandwich in y e County of Kent. 
M r Comfort Starre Teacher Congregationall 
The meeting place. 

Not app. The old Chapell belonging to y e Hospitall of St. Bar- 
tholomews w th out y e walls of y e Towne of Sandwich 
if y l will not be alowed then 
A dwelling House in y e Towne of Sandwich. 
[The note (erased) at the side of 118 was at the back of this. Ed.] 

[Rob* Mascall. Ed.] 



320 (120). 

Endorsed : London. [B. Ed.] 

A Licence for Robert ffairchild at M r John ffarindines house in St. 
Johns Court in Cowlane London 

Presb. 

[B. Ed.] 

320 (121). 

Endorsed : Kent. [B. Ed.] 

John Brice fresbiter his owne house in Beckenham in Kent or the 
house of Francis Ligo or the house neare adjoining. 

[Richard Steele. Ed.] 



320 (122). 

M r Nathaniel Chorlton formerly Minister of Hillbishop neere Taunton 

in Somersetshire 

Presbiterian for his owne house in y l place. 
M r Henry Cornish formerly of Christ Church in Oxon a presbyterian 

Desires a Generall Licence. 
M r William Gilbert a presbyterian of Stanton Harcourt in Oxfordsh 1 " 

Desires a Generall Licence. 
[On margin] 
Brockhurst : plough in King street Westminster. 



320 (123). 

Endorsed : Dorsett. [B. Ed.] 

M r Thomas Rowe of Wimburne Minster in y e County of Dorset of 

y* prisbyterian persuasion, 
ffor Jonhn Giffords house in y e parish of Wimburne. Minister. 
M r Henry Cornish of Stanton Harcourt, in ye county of Oxfordsh r of 

the prisbyterian persuasion A Generall Licence ; 



320 (124). 

Endorsed : London. m ed.] 

ffor my house in y Middle Moorefcilds. 

John Wills. 



S. P. IDom. Car. II. 320 239 

320 (125). 

Endorsed : Persons & Places desired to be licensed. 18 Apr. 1672. 



Licence desired for the howse of Nicholas Bliclc in Broomsgrove, 

Worcestershire to be a Congregationall Meeting Place. 
Like for the howse of John Spilsbury in Broomsgrove. 
Licence desired for John Spilsbury to be a Congregationall Teacher at 

his howse in Broomsgrove. 
Licence desired for the howse of Thomas Watson in Dowgate London 

to be a Presbyterian Meeting Place. 
License desired for Thomas Watson to be a Presbyterian Teacher in 

his howse in Dowgate, London. 
Licence desired for the howse of Samuel Smith in Hereford to be a 

Presbyterian Meeting Place. 
License desired for Samuel Smith to be a Presbyterian Teacher in his 

owne howse in Hereford 
Licence desired for the howse of John Primerose at Hereford to be a 

Presbyterian Meeting Place. 
Licence desired for George Primerose to be a Presbyterian Teacher in 

his howse in Hereford 
Licence desired for John Nosworthy of Mannaton, in Devon to be a 

Presbyterian Teacher in any licensed Place. 
Licence desired for John Bowden of Morton, in Devon to be a Presby- 
terian Teacher in any licensed Place. 
Like desired for John More of St. Mary Autry, of Devon. 
Like desired for Anthony Down of Northam, in Devon. 
Like desired for John Hatch of Saterly, in Devon. 
Like desired for Lewis Facy of Werrington, in Devon. 
Like desired for W m Bagshaw of Foard, in Derbyshire. 
Like desired for Oliver Peard of Barnestaple. 
Like desired for John Flavell of Dartmouth. 
Like desired for John Gay of Barnestaple. 
Like desired for John Berry of Barnestaple. 
Like desired for Anthony Palmer of Barnestaple. 
License desired for the howse of Jeremiah Malpas in Bassinghall Street, 

London to be a Presbyterian Meeting Place. 
Licence desired for the howse of John Kempster in Dartmouth to be a 

Presbyterian Meeting Place. 
Licence desired for the howse of Nathan Jacobs called Barecomb, in 

Ugbrough, Devon to be a Presbyterian Meeting Place. 
Licence desired for the howse of John Dickings in White Friers, 

London to be a Presbyterian Meeting Place. 
License desired for the howse of David Bayly in Bridgewater, Somerset 

to be a Presbyterian Meeting Place. 
Licence desired for John Gardner of Bridgewater, Somerset, to be a 

Presbyterian Teacher in any licensed Place. 
Licence desired for the howse of John Loyde lying on St. James Back, 

Bristoll to be a Presbyterian Meeting Place. 



240 S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 



License desired for John Weekes to be a Presbyterian Teacher in John 

Loyde's howse Bristoll. 
Licence desired for James Greenwood to be a Presbyterian Teacher at 

Barton Farme, near Bath. 
License desired for Barton Farme near Bath to be a Presbyterian 

Meeting Place. 
Licence desired for the howse of John More, in St. Mary Olbery, Devon 

to be a Presbyterian Meeting place. 
License desired for the howse of Rob: Colling in St. Mary Olbery, 

Devon to be a Presbyterian Meeting-Place. 
License desired for the howse of Robert Mitchell in Gittisham, Devon 

to be a Presbyterian Meeting Place. 
The Glasse howse in Broadstreet, London desired to be licensed for a 

Congregationall Meeting-Place. 
License desired for Lawrence King to be an Anabaptist Teacher in 

Richard Titmash's howse Oxon. 
License desired for Richard Titmash to be an Anabaptists Teacher in his 

howse in Oxon. 
Licence desired for the howse of Allice Serle in Olliscomb, Devon to 

be a Presbyterian Meeting-Place. 
License desired for George Fownes to be a Congregationall Teacher in 

the howse of . . . Savage on London Bridge. 
Like desired for Anthony Palmer in the same Place. 
Licence desired for the howse of . . . Savage on London Bridge to be 

a Congregationall Meeting Place. 
Licence desired for James Greenwood to be a Presbyterian Teacher in 

Weavers hall in Cirencester. 
Weavers hall in Cirencester, desired to be licensed for a Presbyterian 

Meeting Place. 
License desired for Daniel Ball to be a Presbyterian Teacher at his 

howse & M rs Stocks in Stoke Newington. 
License desired for the howse of Daniel Ball and M rs Stock in Stoke 

Newington to be Presbyterian Meeting Places. 

[B. Ed.] 



320 (126). 

Endorsed : Devon. Given in by M r Treasurers Steward. 18 Ap. 

[B. Ed.] 

M r Oliver Peard To be Teacher to a Congregaconall church in 
Barnestaple in Devon. 

The place of Worshipp The howse belonging to Joseph 

Andrewes in y e s d Towne. 
dclivrcd to M r Treasurer's mann 20 Apr. 72. [B. Ed.] 

M r Richard Saunders to be Teacher to those of y e Presbeterian non- 
Conformists) in Tiverton in Devon The place the English Schoole 
howse belonging to John Blundell, W> Hamm Esq" & others 
Trustees for y c same. 



S. P. T>om. Car. II. 320 



241 



M r James Haddridge to be Teacher to a people of y e Non Conformity of 
the Presbeterian Judgm*. The place of Worshipp the howse of 
W m Chave both in y e parish of Halberton in Devon, 
delivered to M r Treasurers man 20. Apr. 72. 

[B. Ed.] 



320 (127). 

Endorsed : Flintshire, Manchester 



[B. Ed.] 



A License for 
M r William Cooke Presbyt: at a house called Whitefryars in Chester. 
An house in Manchester Lancashire, neer the Colledge for a meeting 

of Presbyterians 
M r Philip Henry Presbyt: at his own House in Malpas parish Flint- 
shire. 

[ r Henry Vauehan Presbyterian ) . , . r>, . c , 

rvc*j jt t> l r without any Place specified. 

L r Ldward Laurence Presbyterian j J r 

These are desired by me Richard Steele & that they may be 

sent (when signed) to him at Westmorland house, neere 

Bartholomew close. London. 



10 (128). 

William Blackmore M r of Arts desyres a license for himselfe and 
his owne house in the parish of Hornechurch in the county of 
Essex being of the Presbyterian perswasion 
given out to him Sat. 20. Apr. 

[B. Ed.] 

Henry Newcome onely a place (being before Licensed) in the 
towne of Manchester Lancashire being a Presbyterian 

[ r Phillip Henry MA of the Presbyterian Perswasion desires a license 
for himselfe and his owne house in the parish of Malpas in the 
county of Flint. 

License desir'd for M r Richard More Presb:] The place to bee in 
for M r Samuel Backleder Presb: J- East Bargholt in 

for M r Samuel Foanes Presb: J Suffolk 

[Nehemiah Lyde. Ed.] 



120 (129). 
Endorsed 



Essex 



[B. Ed.] 



Addressed : To M r Robert Blany 
A Lycense for Will: Blackman presb. for himselfe and his owne house 

16 



in Hornechurch Essex. 



242 & P. Ttotn. Car. II. 320 

320 (130). 

Endorsed : London, Hereford, Suffolk 

[B. Ed.] 



M r Henry Vaughan Presb: of London desires a License. 
M r Samuel ffoanes ] 

M r Samuel Backlederl Presb: of East Bargholt in Suffolke 
M r Richard Moore J 

M r Samuel Smith junior Presb: of City of Hereford 
A License is desir'd for the house of M r Francis Griffits Presb: of the 
City of Hereford 

[At back.] 

Grant of the revercon of the grant of Sherbourne Hospitall in the Bishop- 

ricke of Durham 

[Query. Was it ever part of an application for a licence ? or was it a 
' mem.' gone astray from some other place ? The Superintendent thinks it 
a ' docket ' gone astray. Ed.] 



320 (131). 

A License for Samuel Smith the younger Presb: at the house of M r 
ffrancis Griffitts at his house in the City of Hereford 



320 (132). 

Endorsed : Herefordshire 



A License for George Primerose Presb: at his house in City of Hereford 
Another License for Samuel Smith Presb. at his house in Hereford 
Another License for William Voyle Presb: at the house of M r John 

Wild in Hereford 
Another License for Anthony Collier Presb: at his house in Rosse in 

the County of Hereford 



320 (133). 

Endorsed : London 

[B. Ed.] 

Thomas Watson Presbyter minister in ye city of London The place, 
my owne Howse in Dowgate lond. 



320 (134). 

Anthony Palmer, & George ffownes Min" of y Congregationall way 

preaching at the Glass house in Broad street, London. 
M r Savages house on y Bridge to bee allowed. 

Owen Davies. 



S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 243 

320 (135). 

9. Anthony Palmer, George ffownes to preach at y e Glass house in 

Broad street. 
M r Godman, at M r Savages house on y e Bridge. 
M r Driver at Bourton on y e water in Glou r shire, a village. 

[Owen Davies. Ed.] 



320 (136). 

Endorsed : Worcester, Cornwall 

[B. Ed.] 

M r John Spilsbury. Teacher of the Congregationall perswasion at Broms- 
grove in Worcestershire 

The meeting place, at his own house, & at M r Nicholas Blicks 
hous neer adjoyning, & if it may be, at M r William Tylts 
house also, wch lies neer. 

[The same hand as 137. Ed.] 



(137). 

Licence for M r John Spilsbury Teacher 

At his own hous & Nicholas Blicks, & William Tylts all being 
neer adjoyning, & all in Bromsgrove in Worcestershire 

[The same hand as 136. Ed.] 
D r Bore's Licence ... ye Place 

[In Sir J. W.'s handwriting. Ed.] 



10 (138). 
Endorsed : London 



Lichard Tittmash & Laurance King teachers of a baptised congregation 
at Oxon prayeth for a Lisence at Richard Tittmash his house 

Owen Davies 



10 (139). 

Endorsed : Indulgence. Citty of Bath 

[In Sir J. W.'s handwriting. Ed.] 



'o our Dread Soveraigne Charles the Second by the grace of God King 
of Great Brittaine France and Ireland Defendor of the Faith, &c. 

The humble Addresse and supplication of your Maiesties Faithfull 
Subjects, within and adjacent to the Citty of Bath 
Most humbly Sheweth 

That with many others of your Ma ties true hearted Non-conform- 
ing Subjects in England, who in every corner of the land doe sing for 
joy of heart : Wee also some of your Ma ties most faithfull Subjects in 
and about Bath in the name of many more of our Neighbours doe rise 
up and call your Maiestie blessed for your unparaleld grace expressed in 
your late declaration of Indulgence to us; Such an Act of Royall Favour 
as yo r predecessors of ffamous memory never condiscended unto for y e 
quieting of the discomposed mindes of their Subjectes 

1 6 2 



244 $ P* T^om. Car. II. 320 

Humbly praying your Maiestie for the benefitt of this Gratious indul- 
gence in the Citty of Bath, and that (if it seeme good to your Princely 
wisdome to allow unto Non-conformists any vacant Churches or 
Chappells that are non endowed) St. James or St. Michaells Church in 
Bath both vacant and not endowed, may be allowed to M r James Green- 
wood of the Presbiterian perswation whom wee have chosen for our 
teacher, But if neither of the s d Churches, which would be most decent 
for the worPP of god and most convenient for many sickly and infirme 
people of our perswation : Then wee most humbly begg your most gratious 
allowance of a meeting place at Barton ffarme a little remote from the 
Citty ffor which Royal grace as wee shall every way bee obliged to 
accquitt our Selves with such moderation fidelitie and peaceablenes as 
never to give your Maiestie any cause of offence 

Soe wee shall continue to pray for your Maiesties prosperitie in 
length of dayes and life for ever more 
[Autograph signatures.] 

John Axford Edward Sheppard sen r 

Edward Sheppard Caren Davis 

John Wise James Watts 

Benja: Waters George -Baker 



320 (140). 

Endorsed : Indulgence. Citty of Bristoll. 



[Sir J. W. Ed.] 



To our dread Soveraigne Charles the Second by the grace of God King 
of England Scotland France and Ireland defender of the faith &c. 

The humble petition of yo r Ma ties Faithfull Subjects in yo r Citty 
of Bristoll. 

Most humbly sheweth 

That with many others of yo r Ma ties true hearted, non-conformist 
Subjects in England who in every corner of the Land, doe sing for 
Joy of heart, wee also some of yo r Ma ties most Faithfull Subjects in 
Bristoll in the name of many more of our Neighbours doe rise up, and call 
yo r Ma t,e blessed for yo r unparalelld grace expressed in yo r late declara- 
tion of Indulgence to us. 

Humbly prayeing yo r Ma tie for the benefit of this gracious Indulgence 
in yo r citty of Bristoll, and that the house of M r John Loyde, lyeing on 
S l James Back in the said Citty may be allowed to M r John Week, 
the Presbiterian perswasion, whom we have chosen for our Teacher 
there ; for which yo r Royall grace as wee shall every way be obliged to 
aquit our selves with such moderation, fidelity, and peaceable 
never to give yo r Ma tie any cause of offence, soe wee shall continue to 
pray for yo r Ma 1 '" prosperity in length of dayes, and life for ever n 
[Autograph signatures :] 

iohn Tucker Rich. Payne 

lichaell Pope IL. \\ 

William Salmon William Willoughby 



S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 245 

320 (141). 

Endorsed : Indulgence, Cirencester. Weav rs hall there. 

[Sir J. W. Ed.] 

To the Kinges most excell 1 Majesty Charles the 2 d by the grace of 
God Kinge of Gr l Brittaine France & Ireland, Defend 1 " of the 
fayth &c : 

The humble Addresse of y r Majestys thankefull subjects 

I In and about y e Brough or Borrow of Cirencester in the County 

of Gloucester 
Most humbly sheweth 
That whereas It has pleased y e lord in whose hand y e hearts of 
inges are gratiously to incline y r sacred Majestys heart, to emitt y r 
ost gratious Declaration for y e indulgeinge y r non-conformeinge 
bjects. not only by Inhibiteinge all ways of Coercion by y r Regall 
>wer suspendinge all Poenall lawes in matters Ecclesiasticall. out ag l y r 
imble subjects. But also, by concedinge us out of y r sov r aigne 
emency to have publiq places allowed for the w r ship of y e gr l god, 
also lycence for o r teachers that may be helpefull to us in o r devo- 
m & finally o r eternall salvation, and also to take us und r y e winges 
of y r royall ptection in o r peaceable behaviour toward y r sacred majestys 
>son & governm 1 and all others, by wch unparrelled Act of grace, y u 
.ve made o r hearts to leape & o r soules to singe for Joy of heart. & 
ve layd such a sense of y r royall condescention and indulgence upon 
if we canot but now, always & in all places acknowledge & 
ebrate the most worthy deeds done to us y r poore subjects, and as 
n raysed out of the grave from ev r y Corner of y e land, stand up and 
,11 y r Majesty blessed and doe also resolve in the strength of divine 
.ce to acquitt o r selves, wth y l . moderation, fidelity & peaceablenesse 
also to keepe soe close to y e rules layd downe in y r Majestys most 
atio declaration. y* yr Majesty shall never have cause to rep 1 of this 
famous act of grace toward us, farre exceedinge y e noblest acts of all 
y r p r decessors, an Act w r thy only of the grando r of y r Majesty's 
Royall Spirit. 

And in obedience to y r Majestys most gratious Declaration and y l 
we may Reape the fruit thereof, we y r Majestys Most humble subjects 
doe wth all submission implore and begge y r Majestys allowance of the 
weavers-hall for o r meetinge place in Cirencester, as also y r Royall Ap- 
probacon of M r James Greenwood who is of y e Presbiterian pswasion 
for o r teacher, as also y l he may have y r Majestys gratious pmission & 
lycence Accordinge to y r Majestys sayd gratious declaration to preach 
in any other place allowed by y r Royall Authority as opportunity may 
be offered. & y 1 ' humble petion r s shall pray for y r Majestys prosprity, 
length of days, & life for evermore. 

John Paine William Eisworth 

Walter Harbert John Blissett 

Anthony Archer Giles Coates 

Thomas Dickes Isaac Lawrence 



246 S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 

320 (142). 

Endorsed : Berks & Kent 

[B. Ed.] 

The Anabaptists in Cranbrooke in Kent desire to meet at Thos. 
Beaths house And Alexander Vines house in the s d ph of Cran- 
brooke, & that Richard gun is to be Allowed for their preacher 
The Anabaptists meeting in Coleman Street desire that the house in 
Whites Ally in the said ph, Lately in the posesion 
notapp. of or M r John Martin may be allowed for their meet- 

ing place, & that 

Given in by M r Blood. 18 Apr. 72 

[B. Ed.] 

Will Ruthey of Maidenhead in y e County of Berks teacher among y l 
people Calld Baptists and y e people with him ; Desier they May be 
alowed to Meete in James Jeffreyes howse in y e parish of Cookham 
in y e sd County. 
Edward Gillet of Maydenhead teacher among the like people 

Desiers y l he and y e people with him may be alowed to meete at 
Tho: Josies howse in Cookham afores d . 

[? Tho. Blood. Ed.] 



320 (143). 

Pray Licence for Francis Johnson M r Arts who is of the perswassion 

comonly called In-&c. to preach in his owne house in S l Andrews 

parish Holborne 
The same for Wirrm Beale in his house in St. Giles Cripplegate of y e 

same perswassion &c 

[Josh. Churchill. Ed.] 

Receaved four Licences for Bristol, & Temple: Coome g me. 

Joshua Churchill. 
Apr. 18 72. 

320 (144). 

Endorsed : The houses not fild up in this note. 

[B. Ed] 

Licences desired. 
The dwelling house of Ellynor Croute Widow in Brixham: in Devon 
The dwelling house of M r John Kempster in Dartmouth Presby- 
terian 
An uper roome of Grainary in the Parish of St. Andrews in y e City of 
Norwich now in Leace to M r John Knight. 

M r Thomas Allen to preach there 
A roome or roomes in ye mantion house of Nicolas Withers in y e 
Parish of St. Clements in y e City of Norwich 

M r Martin Finch to preach there 
A Roome or Roomes in y mantion house of John Toft in y e City of 
Norwich in y Parish of St. Clements in ye said City 

M r Enock Woodward to preach there 






S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 247 

A Roome or Roomes in y e mantion house of Richard Knights in y 
parish of St. George of Colgate in y e said City- 
Mr John Corie to Preach there 
The foure last places & Ministers Congregationall. 



320 (145). 
Endorsed 






Devon, Warwick, Derby Middlesex 
Names of Persons & places 



[B. Ed.] 



[John Hickes. Ed.] 



all of Exon 



Tho: Ford 
Tho: Trescot 
Mark Down 
Thomas Tross 
John Hill 
Christopher Jelinger at Marldon 
John Hopping neare Exon. 
John More at St. Mary Autry 
Jonathan Bowden Morton. 
John Nosworthy at Mannaton 
John Serle at Plimton 
John Maudit S l Mary Ottery 
Robert Collings of S l Mary Ottery 
Richard Smith in Salcomb 
Oliver Peard at Barnstaple 
Anthony Palmer of Barnstaple 
John Berry of Barnstaple 
John Gay of Barnstaple 
James Hadderidg at Halberton 
Samuel Stoddon 
Lewis Facy of Warrington 
ohn Hodder 
illiam Sampson. 
John Eaton 
John Wakeley 

Tho: Mall of South-Moulton 
John Flavill of Dartmouth 
Lewis Hatch at Saterly 
Francis Whidden of Totnes. 
Anthony Down of Northam 
~ho: Evance in Birmingham in Warwickshire his house for the place 

of meeting. Presbyterian 
Willia Bagshaw at Foard in Derbishire. 

John Chishull at Enfield in Middlesex his house ye Meeting-place. 
John Kempsters house in Dartmouth for a Meeting place. 
Nathan Jacobs dwelling house call'd Barecomb in Orgborough. 
Jeremiah Malpas his house in Bassinghall street for a meeting place. 

London 
John Dickings his house in White Fryers a meeting place London. 



248 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 320 

M r Tho: Yeabsleys house 

M r Sam. Bretts house all in Plymouth 

M r Tho: Martyns house 

Nathan Jacob his dwelling house Orgbourigh in Devon. 

[John Hickes. Ed.] 
[At back.] 

delivered out 19 licences. Thursd. 18 Apr. 

[B. Ed.] 

320 (146). 

Endorsed : Persons & Places desired to be licensed. 19. Apr. 1672. 

[B. Ed.] 

The howse of John Chishull in Enfield, Middl. desired to be licensed 

for a Presb. Meeting Place. 
License desired for John Chishull to be a Presbyterian Teacher in his 

howse in Enfield. 
License desired for Christopher Jelinger of Marldon, Devon to be a 

Presbyterian Teacher in any allowed place. 
The howse of Joseph Andrews in Barnestaple desired to be licensed for 

a Congregationall Meeting Place. 
License desired for Oliver Peard to be a Teacher there. 
License desired for James Haddridge to be a Presbyterian Teacher att 

W m Chave's howse in Halberton, Devon. 
License desired for W m Chave's house to be a Presbyterian Meeting 

Place in Halberton, Devon 
License desired for the howse of Samuel Brett in Plymouth to be a 

Presbyterian Meeting Place. 
Like desired for Thomas Yeabsley's howse in Plymouth. 
License desired for William Blackmore to be a Presbyterian Teacher in 

his howse in Home Church, Essex 
License desired for William Blackmore's howse in Home Church, 

Essex to be a Presbyterian Meeting Place. 
Like desired for W m Weston's howse in Banbury, Presbyterian. 
License desired for . . . Wells to be a Presbyterian Teacher in W m 

Weston's howse in Sheepe street, Banbury. 
License desired for John Glanvill to be a Presbyterian Teacher in his 

howse in the Parish of Taunton S l James, Somerset. 
Licence desired for the howse of John Glanvill in the parish of Taunton 

S l James to be a Presbyterian Meeting. 
Like desired for John Hucklebridge's howse in the same Parish. 
License desired for Anthony Collier to be a Presbyterian Teacher 

in his howse in Rosse, Hereford. 
Like desired for his howse in the same Towne. 
Like desired for John Wilds howse in Hereford. 
License desired for William Boyle to be a Presbyterian Teacher in John 

Wilds howse in Hereford. 
License desired for John Galpin to be a Presbyterian Teacher in the 
howse of Robert Sellerke in the parish of Laurence Liddiard, 
Somerset. 






S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 249 

License desired for the howse of Robert Sellerke in the parish of 
Lawrence Liddiard Somerset to be a Presbyterian Meeting. 

License desired for Lawrence Musgrove to be a Presbyterian Teacher 
in John Glanvills howse in y e Parish of Taunton S l James, 
Somerset. 

[B. Ed.] 

320 (147). 

Endorsed : Devon 

[B. Ed.] 

Robert Collins Master of Arts pray a Licence to preach in his owne 
howse in ye parish of S l Mary Ottery in y e County of Devon 
being of the Presbyterien Judgm 1 . 

delivered to M r Treasurer's man 

20. Apr. 72. 
Given in by M r Treasurer's servant 

19. Apr. 72. 
[B. Ed.] 

*20 (148). 
ecv d the io, h Aprill 1672 att my Lord Arlingtons office of M r 
Benson A Licence for M r Owen Stockton and M r Henry Havers 
to bee teachers to A Congregation In Ipswitch 

p Robert Whittell. 



120 (149). 

Endorsed : Somerset, Middlesex 

[B. Ed.] 

[ r Thomas fforward to be Teacher to a people of the Non=Con- 
formitie of the Presbiterian Judgement the place of Worshipp the 
howse of the said M r Thomas Forward in Pitminster in the 
County of Som r sett, which place the said M r Forward was hereto- 
fore Minister. 

Some r sett 
Delivered to M r Treasurers man. 20. Apr. 72. 

[B. Ed.] 

Lec d April ye 19th 1672 at my Lord Arlington's office of M r Benson 
a Licence for M r John Storer of Highgate in the County of 
Midd: I say rec d by me. 

Jo: Storer. jun r . 



10 (150). 

Som r sett 

r ee desire a License for M r John Glanvill & M r Lawr. Musgrove 
both of the Presbiterian pswasion to preach at the now dwelling 
howse of the s d John Glanvill, and at the howse of John Huckle- 
bridge in the psh of Taunton S* James in the County aforesd or 
any other place allowed 



250 S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 



Alsoc another License For M r John Galpin to preach at the howse of 
M r Robert Sellerke in the pish of Laurrance Liddiard in the 
stf County of Som r sett, hee being of the presbite pswasion 

likewise 

p Sam l Reynolds 

[S. R.'shand. Ed.] 
Robert Wollcott 



320 (151). , 

[Two pieces of paper in different handwritings. Ed.] 

At back. Address erased. 

'To my very Loveing Nephew M r William Welles Hosier at the signe 

of the Talbot in Watling Street neere Broad Street 

These be d(esired) 

[Quite a dififerent hand from 151 (i). Ed.] 

(i) Endorsed : Banbury 



Weston's house in Sheepe Street in Banbery to be licenced 
The person M r Wells a Presbiterian 

[Not in Thos. Blood's hand. Ed.] 

given in by M r Blood 

5 y [B. Ed.] 

(2) Endorsed : Southwark, Yorkshire, Surrey. 

[B. Ed.] 

in S l Mary Ottery 
Southwark 

[Inserted by B. (same handwriting as endorsement). Ed.] 

M r Robert Collins preacher, and his own House the place of Meteinge* 
Presbyt. 

[SirJ.W. Ed.] 

At Croyden in Surrey M r Francis Smith preacher to the congregatio 
A large rome in the West pt of the Towne formerly A molt =house 
now the meteinge place. Bapt 

[Sir J. W. Ed.] 

At Horton nere Bradford in Yorksheir M r Thomas Walker preacher, 
his owne now dwelling house the meteinge place. Bapt. 

[SirJ.W. Ed.] 






320 (152 ? 153). 

Endorsed : London, Midd. 

[B. Ed.] 

Frid. morns. 
My dear S r Joseph. 

Send mee this one time & ille vow and swear i'll send for noe 
more for any mans pleasure. I have sent ye blanck fill, ye porter 



S. P. Dom. Car. II. 320 251 



waits your leisure. I will 
licences for these for mee. 



be thus vext noe more, let ould . 
yet still & ever shall I bee 

Yours as much as you will 
or can wish 



pray let patron signe these. 

I could make you laugh but I will not. 

good now if you have any goodnes in you 
send me all I sent for. 



. g et 



N 



[Dr. B. Ed.] 



320 (154). 
Endorsed : 



Given in by M r Hockley 
20. Apr. 72. 
Cornwall Sc Devon 



[B. Ed.] 



y* 



in 



M r William Oliver at Dutson neere Lanceston in Cornwall Presby- 
terian desires a General Licence. 
M r David Bayly his house in y e Town of Bridgwater in Sommerset for 

y e Use of those y l are of y e Presbyterian perswasion. 
M r John Gardner to be teacher at y e same place. 
M rs Katharine Norcots house in y e East Town of Crediton. 
M r John Knights house in the West Town of Crediton in Devon, for 

y e Use of those y l are of y e Presbyterian perswasion. 
John Bowrings house in Chumleigh in Devon, for the Use of those 

are of the Presbyterian perswasion. 
M r s Mary Kendalls house call'd Cofton in the parish of Dawlish 

Devon. 
M r Philip Coads house in Hamdon in Devon. 
Witt. Rowes house of Rew in the parish of Shobrooke Devon. 
James Burdwood at Hexdown in Bigbury Independent. 

Hexdown y e house hee lives in to be y e place of Meeting for Inde- 
pendents, Sc presbyterians, in Devon. 
Mr Witt. Bartlet Sc M>" John Bartlet's houses to be 

Licensed in Biddiford Devon, for Congregational Assemblies 
[At back.] 
M r Joseph Chadwick in ye parish of Cruse Morchard 

a General Licence, ye County Devon. 
M r Gaspar Hickes of Landrake in ye County of Cornwall Presbyterian 
Anthony Rowse his house Esq r call'd Wotton in ye parish of Landrake 

in ye County of Cornwall. 
M r Solomon Caswel to be Licenced a teacher in y e parish of S* Germans 

in Cornwal. his house y e place. y e Congregation presbyt. 
M r Sam. Keckwich his house in y e parish of St. Germans Cornwal. 
M r Jonathan Wills at Helligan neare Bodmin a teacher. Presbyt. 
M rs Anne Silly her house call'd Helligan near Bodmin in Cornwal for 

a Presbyterian Congregation. 

[John Hickes. Ed.] 



252 S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 

320 (155). 

To the Kings Most Excellent Ma tie . 
The humble petition of divers Inhabitants of the parish of Manchester, 
in the County of Lancaster, of the presbiterian and Congregationall 
perswasion on behalf of themselves and others. 
Sheweth 

That whereas it hath pleased your Ma tie by your late Declaration 
of March 15 th 167 J graciously to suspend the Execution of all penall 
Lawes in Matters Ecclesiasticall against us Nonconformists. 

And therein is pleased to promise Allowance of persons, and places, 
for the publick exercise of our worship and devotion, if it be desired. 
which your Ma ties Gracious Indulgence wee doe with all humilitie and 
thankfulnes Acknowledge. 

Your petitioners most humbly Beseech and Supplicate your Ma ties 
Royall Allowance That A private Oratory Belonging to Thomas Birch 
of Birch-hall Esq r and standing on his Land neare his house, be a place 
for your petitioners and others that please to Assemble there, for their 
publick worship and devotion ; And That your Ma tie would be Gra- 
ciously pleased to Allow of M r Henry flinch to be a Teacher of the 
Congregation that shall Assemble and meet in the said Place. 

And your Petitioners (as in duty Bound) shall ever Pray for yo r 
Ma ties Happy and Prosperous Reigne. 
[Autograph signatures :] 

Edmond Strickland Jno: Barlow Nich. Dearnally 

Lawrance Norn's John Clayton Tho: Walker 

Robert William Joseph Slater John Booker 



320 (155 I). 

These may certify whom it may concern That the Private Oratory 
belonging to me Thomas Birch of Birch Esq r Peticoned for to be 
allowed A Place for such as are of the Presbiterian & Congregationall 
Perswasion to meet in for their Publicke Worship and Devotion ; hath 
never been Consecrated that I know of, or have seen by any Record or 
writeing : or heard of by any Tradition whatsoever. But have heard 
1 hat in my Ancestors time it hath sometimes been made use of in stead 
of A Barn (before the late distracted times) to lay fodder in for Cattell. 
And I conceive it is in my power to Convert it to what use I please. 

Witnesse my hand and Seale this 20th day of Aprill 1672 

Tho: Birche. 







320 (156). 

Mr John Haddesley. Presb: 

the house of M r Anthony Cooke Clothier in the City of new 

Sarum in Wilts & the house of M r Stephen Haskett Merchant 

there 
Mr W Hunt Presb. 
not appr. The house commonly called Guildhall\ . c 

Bo.] & the house called Shoemakers hall J in new barum 



S. P. r Dom. Car. II. 320 253 

M r Joseph Swaffeild Presb. his own house in new Sarum. 

M r Thomas Taylor Presb. his own house in new Sarum. 

M r John Tombes Presb. his own house in new Sarum. 

M r Robert Whitaker Presb. 

the house of W m Bulkley Esq r at Burgate 

in the parish of Fordingbridg in Southhamptonshire 

Mr Henry Backaller Presb. 

the new Hall in the midst of the towne of Chard in 
appr. Somersett. 

Ben: Milles Presb. a personall License. 

M r George Whitemarsh. Independ 1 his own house in Salisbury. 

[Along the margin.] 
M r Jeremiah Baines of Horslydowne in Southwark 
M r Henry Havers Presb. his own house at Stamborn in Essex. 

[At back.] 

M r John Kent. Baptist. 

his own house at upper Wallop in South haptonsh. 

M r John Alchurch. Baptist. 

the house of Widdow Blake in Stowford in the parish of South 

newton 

M r John Rede. Baptist 

the house at Birdlimes farme in the parish of Idmiston 
not appr. . (Ir .. , . r 

in Wiltshire. 

M r Thomas Long Baptist. 

his own house at little Aimesbury in Wilts. 
M r Henry Pen. Baptist. 

his own house at Broadtholk in Wiltshire 
M r James Wise Baptist. 

the house of M r Thomas Batt in Salisbury 
The house of Henry Ashurst Esq. a Clapton in Hackney. Midd. [B. Ed.] 

[Ja: Innes, jun r .] 



320 (157). 

Minister 01iv r Heywood Prisbiterian at Coley Chappell in y e parrish 
of Halifax y e County of Yorke 



320 (158). 

Endorsed : Somerset, Norfolk. 



[B. Ed.] 



Mr Richard Allen Presb: 

a Barne belonging to Seamours Court in the parish of Beckington 
in Somersettshire 
Mr Rich: Vynne Indept 

his owne house in Stratton S l Michell parish in Norfolk. 

[Ja: Innes, jun r . Ed.] 



254 ^ P* r ^ >om ' C ar - II- 3 2 

320 (159). 

Endorsed : I had all y e cap ts names 



A Licence for Nicholas Mallery to be Teacher to a people of the 

Presbyterian NonConformity in the howse of William May in the 

parish of Molland in the County of Devon 
A licence for those of Presbyterian Non-conformity to meet for their 

devotion in the howse belonging to Dorothy Heard widdowe in 

y parish of Rose Ash in Devon 
p prowse 
An other Licence for a people of the Presbyterian Judgm 1 to meet for 

their Worship in the howse [belonging] to William Bowman in the 

parish of Shebbeare. in Devon 
The like in the howse belonging to Mary Kendall in the parish of 

Dowlish in Devon 

[R. Prowse. Ed.] 



320 (160). 

To the Kings most excellent ma tie 

The humble and thankfull acknowledgment of severall ministers of 
the County of Wilts, both in the behalfe of themselves and others of 
theyre bretheren who doe not Conforme to the present established 
discipline of the Church of England 

May it please your most excellent majestie 

Wee your most faithfull and loyall subiects being highly apprehen- 
sive of your Royall Clemency and Signall favour extended to us in your 
most gratious declaration of Indulgence dated March the 15 th 167 J 
Doe Judge ourselves oblidged by the most inviolable bond of gratitude 
to make this thankfull acknowledgment thereof and shall account our 
selves unworthy to participate of this your most princly and Illustrious 
Act of grace if wee should not studiously endeavour to manifest our 
selves your ma ties most loyall and peaceable subiects, wee doe therefore 
hereby owne our highest obligation to all faithfull allegiance and subiec- 
tion to your ma ties person and goverment, and doe humbly desire to bee 
received and Comprehended amongst such as may bee approved & have 
places allowed for the publique exercise of our ministry ; and wee shall 
pray for your majesties most happy and long Continued Reign 

John Tombes Peter Ince Phillip Hunton 

John Phipp Wm Hunt W Hughes 

Compton South Tho: Taylor Daniell Surges 

Tho: Rosewell Jo Haddesley W Gou2;h 

Samuell: Clifoid Joseph: Swameld Obad: Wills 

iames: Crupe Tho: Rutty [ohn ffittgten 

iartholomew Web Nath: Web Robt: Rosewell 
Ben: fflower 

(The signatures seem to be in John Hickes' handwriting. Ed.] 






S. P. Dom. Car. II. 320 255 

320 (161). 

The house of y e Right W n the Lady Bridget Roberts called Glasten- 

bury in y e Parish of Cranbrook in ye County of Kent for a 

P r sbyterian Congregation. 
M r Thomas Brand her Presbyterian Chaplin. 



320 (162). 

M r Thomas Brand a Presbyt. to preach at y e Lady Roberts her 

house in Cranbrooke 
M r Rathband a Presbyt. to preach at Richard Day's house in 

Horsmonden 



320 (163). 

William Hooke 

and John Langstone his assistant at the house of M r Richard Loton 
in the Spittle yard at present and [the next y r at his howse in 
Angell Alley in WhitChappell all erased] 

Congregationall 
I have crossed what I thought not practicable 

[? Dr. J. Butler. Ed.] 



320 (164). 

Endorsed : Devon 



Robert Woolcomb of Chidley in Devon. 

John Gidley of Exon. Presbyterian 

Robert Carle of Exon. his meeting place at M rs Mary Kendalls at 

Cofton in y e parish of Dawlish. 
Philip Coads house in Farndon in Devon, a Meeting place. 
James Rawles house in Ivel street in greate Torrington 

in Devon. Congregation Presbyterian & Congregational. 

not putt in the licence. [Sir J. W. Ed.] 

William Rowe's house called Rew in the parish of Shobrook in Devon. 

Congregation Presbyterian. 

[John Hickes. Ed.] 



320 (165). 

Endorsed : Wiltshire, Gloucester. 

[B. Ed.] 

M r Cray's house in Hornisham. Wiltshire 

M r John Fox in Marshfield Gloucestershire a general licence 

[B. Ed.] 
A House in Nailsworth Gloucestershire. 

[Richard Steele. Ed.] 

Presb. 
[B Ed.] 



256 S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 

320 (166). 

M r Richard Allen. Presbiterian 

a Barn belonging to Seamours Court in the parish of Beckington in 
Somersettshire. 
M r Richard Vynne Independent. 

his own house at Stratton S l Michell parish in Norfolk. 
M r John Haddesley Presb. 

the house of M r Anthony Cook Clothier of new Sarum 

& the house of M r Stephen Haskett merch 1 there. 
M r Joseph Swaffield Presb. his own house in Salisbury 
M r Tho: Taylor Presb. his own house in Salisbury 
M r John Tombes Presb. his own house in Salisbury 
M r Robert Whi taker Presb. 

the house of William Bulkley Esq r at Burgate in the parish of Ford- 
ingbridg in Southamptonshire. 

a Barne belonging to M r Alexander Cray at Hornesham 
Received of M r Francis Benson this 20 th of Aprill 1672 

the Licenses for the parties & places above menconed I say received 
by me 

Ia: Inness jun r 



320 (167). 

Received for M r Comfort Star his Maiesties Licence, & Allowance of 
his dwelling house in Sandwich 

Whitehall Apr. 20 th 1672 
Rob Mascall 



320 (168). 

Received at S r Joseph Williamsons office in Whitehall this 20 th Aprill 
1672 these Licences following. 

for M r John Leighton & for the house of M r Jn Chamberlain 

Nottingh" 1 
for M r Sam 11 Nowell& for the house of M r Jn Richard for 

Newto 
for W m Cross & for the house of M r Thomas Porter of Bingha 

Nott. 
for M r Jno. Whitlock and his dwelling house in Mansfeild 
Nottingh m Pr. 

[Sir J. W. Ed.] 

for Jn Otefeild at M r Jn Spatema" house Roadnooke Derby- 
shire 
for M r Samtt Clark at M r Tho: Brytls house in Leighto Bed- 
fordshire 
for M r Rob* Porter of Mansfeeld Notting m shire Gen" Teacher 
for M r Jn Billingsley of Mansfeeld Gen^ 1 Teacher 

[In different writing. ? R. Steele's. Ed.] 
by mee 

John Whitlock 



S. P. Dom. Car. II. 320 257 



320 (169). 

I do hereby acknowledge to have rec d Licences For M r John Glanvill & 
M r John Galpin to preach in the howses of the s d John Glanvill 
& John Hacklebridge within the pish of Taunton S l James & alsoe 
in the howse of Rob te Sellerke in the pish of Bp. Lidiard within the 
County of Som r sett. 

p mee 
Sam: Reynolds 
20 Apr: 1672 

[B. Ed.] 

320 (170). 

Addressed : For S r Joseph Williamson 

Apr: 22 th 72 
A posset take you my dear friend, cannot you bee a sufferer but you 
must make mee a fellow feeler, because you give licences for noething. 
must I bee thus troubled, why doe you not beg my pardon, what ? 
have you lost goodnes & good manners all at once fy, fy. in truth 
I must ring you not beecause you root* but beecause you do not 
well however whether in jest or earnest you must conclude 
I am & ever shall bee 

Dear S r 
Yours most unfeignedly 
:here bee five beehind in all faithfulnes. 

for which you bee a N 

laughty man. I can 
leare all have them 
lediately, but if you take 
lee for your frend I wil have 
r ou to make bould 
>ray fill up y e blanck with 
>r his house at Walthamstow. 



J20 (171). 
Endorsed : Worcestershire. 



.ichard Moore of Wetherock hill in Worcester sheire for a roome in his 
>wne house to A presbiterian. 
Given by M r Vernon 22. Apr. 

[B. Ed.] 



!0 (172). 

Endorsed : Warwickshire, Worcestershire. 



[B. Ed.] 



.ichard Moore of Wetherock-hill in the County of Worcester a Licence 
to preach in his house 

* Like a hog or sow that ' roots ' about. Ed. 

17 



258 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 320 

As allso a generall licence to preach in lawfull places A presbiterian 
Tow licences are likewise desired for 

M r Robert Foams dwelling in Tanworth in Warwick-sheire. 
A Presbiterian. 

[Mr. Vernon. Ed.] 



320 (173). 

Endorsed : Canterbury London 



[B. Ed.] 



His Maiesties License is humbly desired for 

1. M r Thomas Ventres Teacher, M r of Arts. Congregationall 

2. M r Rob 1 Beake, Teacher, Bachelor of Arts, Presbiterian 

of the Citie of Canterbury 
And for 

Theire Meeting Place being M r Ropers Hall in y e Parish of 
St. Dunstans in Cant afores d 
Also for 

3. M r William Hooke Teacher M r of Arts. Congregationall of y e Citie 

of London and His Meeting Place being 
A Roome or Roomes in y e dwelling house of M r Loeton in y e Spittle 

without Bishops Gate London 
White Hall Apr: 22 th : 1672. 

p me 
Rob Mascall 



320 (174). 

Received this 22 th day of Aprill 1672 from M r Benson one of the Clerkes 
in the L d Arlington's office 

one Lycence for Doctor Jacombe to Preach, and A Lycence for 
the Countesse of Exeiter her house to bee a place for to preach 
Inn. 

Witness my hand 

Jno. Cressett 



320 (175). 

I have rec d five licences as followeth 
one for Richard Tittmash) . , ~ 

one for Lawranc King } Anabaptists. Oxon 

one for John Savage his house London bridge 

one for Anthony Palmer) ~ ... 

one for George Fownes j Congregationall pswation 

22 Apr. 72 Owen Davies 

[Sir J. W. Ed.] 

M r Richard Hills house in Winchester Street Allhollers the wall pish 
London 



S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 259 

320 (176). 

Endorsed : London [B. Ed.] 

M r Richard Hills' house in Winchester Street London 
Allhollers the wall parish 

for M r Jn Stubbs of the Congregationall way 

[Owen Davies. Ed.] 



10 (177). 

Endorsed : Dorset [B. Ed.] 

meeteing place in the dwelling house of John Ingram in Fordington 
in the County Dorset, for the Congregationall perswatiom^ 

[Same hand as-rS^' Ed.] 



JO (178). 

Endorsed : Griffith, London [B. Ed.] 




License for M r George Griffith a Congregational Minister to Preach 
at his Dwelling-House in Addle-Street London 



10 (179). 

Endorsed : Middlesex [B. Ed.] 

'ho: Danson M r of Arts of the perswasion presb. for his dwelling 
house in Spittle-Fields Middlesex 



10 (180). 

Endorsed : Shrowsbury. 

[B. Ed.] 

licence for 

M r Samuel Beresford, of the Presbyterian Prswasion for, his House 
in Shrowsbury. 



10 (181). 
Endorsed : Henly, Cole. [B. Ed.] 



l r Thomas Cole of the Congregational way att Henly upon Thames att 
M r Jn Tylers house and att Alexander Bernards Barne 



320 (182). 

Endorsed : Dorsett 



A meeteing place for M r Edward Dummer of the congregationall per- 
swation, in the house of John Bingham Esqr, at Quarleston in the 
parish of Stickland, in the County of Dorset. 

[Same hand as 177. Ed.] 
172 



260 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 320 



820 (183) 

William Oliver of Padstow in Cornwall instead of Dutson 

Tho: Roberts of Lyfton instead of Milton in Devon. 

John Hickes. 

890 (184). 

Endorsed : Devon, Somerset, Yorkeshire, Cornwall 

[B. Ed.] 

Given in by M r Hickes. 23. Apr. 72 

J [SirJ.W. Ed.J 

M r Luke Clayton Min r in Rotherham in York, presbyterian 

M n Alice Shute Widdow her house in Crediton. Devon 

M r Henry Berry his house in Crediton 

M r John Nots house in Lapford 

M r Georg Brooks house in Crusemorchard 

M r Adam Normans house in Collumpton 

M r Witt. Yco his house in y e parish of Woolborough. 

M r John Syms his house in Ogwill 

M r Rich. Stevens house in Denbury 

M r Francis Whiddon his house in Moreton. 

John Forly his house in Totnes 

James Searles in y e parish of Dartington 

all these arc in Devon. 
M r John Maudit] Min rs in St. Mary Ottery 

- w th their houses to be Licensed for Presbyterian 
M r Edward Par ) Congregations. 

M r George Day of Wiveliscomb in y e County of Sommerset Min r . 
M r Joseph Stocker his house in the said parish for a Presbyterian Congr. 
M r Henry Flammack Min r at Goonrowson. a Presbyterian 
M r Witt: Flammack his house call'd Goonrowson in Cornwall. 



890 (185). 

Endorsed : Indulgence. 

23. Apr. 1672. R. 

D r B. [Sir J. W. Ed.] 



Addressed : These for S r Joseph Williamson 



Apr: y e 23 th 72 



Most honored & deare S r 

I humbly pray y l you would give licences to y e bearer heareof 
for such persons & places as hee shall offer to you, & bee pleased to take 
noe notice to the bearer of mee for hee knoweth not from whoese hands 
this cometh & alsoe bee pleased to favor M r West as mee with an 
opportunity for one half hower to waite upon you at your time & place, 
which if you please you may intimate by a line by this bearer to bee 
delivered to y party nee comes from but not superscribe it comes from 
M'W: 

S r , I am in all maner of faithfullnes 
Yours to love honor & serve you 
N. 



S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 261 

820 (186). 

Endorsed : Suffolk, Hereford. 

[B. Ed.] 
24 Apr. 72 
M r William Voyle \ 

M r George Primerose tt r j 

M' Samuel Smith senior f at Hereford 
M r Samuel Smith junior] 

M r Anthony Collier of Rosse in county of Hereford 
M r Samuel ffoanes 1 

M r Samuel BacklederV of East-Bargholt in Suffolke. 
M r Richard More J 

at M r Traherns a Goldsmith next doore to the Kingshead Taverne 
neere Somerset house for 

Yo r servant 

Nehemiah Lyde 



320 (187). 

Endorsed : Yorkeshire 

[B. Ed.] 

Query. wheth r the Lycence be done for M r Hartley of Kildwicke in 

Craven in ye County of Yorke, of the Congregat 11 pswasion 
It desire a Lycence for M r James Saile Presbeterian for the freeschole 

att Leedes in yorkshire 
It desire a Lycence for Swaith hall in the pish of Warsop in y e County 

not appr. of Yorke to be a meeting place 
It desire a Lycence for M r Jeremiah Millner of the Congregationall 
pswasion, to be a teacher in the Ladye Roades House in Haughton 
in yorkshire 
It desire a Lycence for M r Josiah Houldsworth of the Congregationall 
pswasion to teach in Heaton Chappell in the pish of Birstoll & 
County of Yorke 
or else att the House of Izabell Reyner widdow in Heckmondicke in 

the afforesaid pish & County 
It desire the Alteration of the Terme Presbiterian to Congregationall 

in M r X* Marshalls Lycence 
It desire a Lycence for M r Sam 1 Ballye of the Congregationall pswasion 
to teach in Morley Chappell in the pish of Batley in Yorkshire 
[B. E EdJ tne Inhabitants w th in the Chapelry haveing sent up theire 
petticon for itt 

[The same hand as 203 & 271. Ed.] 



320 (188). 

Endorsed : Surrey 



Addresed : For M r Matthew Shephard in 
Clemens Lane. London 

Sr > 

you pmised your indeavo 1 to get us a licence I desire you 
would do it with all expedition you can. that we may lose no time, 



262 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 320 

in improvcing the advantage, offered, for the good of soules by his M l y s 
gracious declara . the pson to be allowed I need not tell you. the 
house belongs to John Beamish in Mortlake. It is much desired, the 
license may be, for the Use of such who are of the pswasions, both 
presbyterian & congregational, for the meeting consists of both (as 
you know). & both are at the charg of all. & to appropriate it to either, 
will be counted a pHudice to the other. I depend upon you for this. 
being 

Your affectionat frend & serv 1 
David Clarkson 
Ap 2572 
person David Clarkson 

the to be allowed 

place belongs to John Beamish in Mortlake Surrey 



820 (189). 

David Clarkeston of Mortlake in Surry & Bemishes house 
Tho: Case of Chiswick in Middlesex 
Jo" Jackson of Brentford Middlesex 
Ed: Probees house 



820 (190). 

Endorsed : Middlesex 

[B. Ed.] 

For M" Thomas Case Minister, of the Presbyterean way, liveing in the 

parish of Chiswick in y e county of Midlesex. 
For M r John Jackson minister of the presbyterean way liveing in 

Brentford in y e county of Midlesex. 
For the house Edward Probee, in the parish of Chiswick in y county of 

Midlesex 






320 (191). 

Endorsed : Staffordshire 



[B. Ed.] 



Addre*ed : To M" Robert Blany 



* Wn rc S ucstcd t0 pcure Lycense for 
M r Joseph Ecclcsole a non-con ft minister & M r 

M' William Turton alsoc to preach &c in the house of Mr William 
Keeling In Darlcston in Staffordshire 



S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 263 

I pray when y u goe up to Westm r get this done for one or both of 
the psons above named I shall sattisfie for y e charges 

y r Assured Freind 

Sa: Fisher 
I pray remember my fathers business 

25 Ap. 72 

320 (192). 

Endorsed : Staffordshire 

[B. Ed.] 

M r Joseph Ecclsole of Sedgly in Staffordshire 
M r Wm Turton of Rowley in Staffordshire 

crave Lycense for the house of M r W m Keeling in Darleston Stafford- 
shire both of the presbyter pswasion 



320 (193). 

Ralph Ecclesole 

the house of W. Keely in Darleton. Stafford. 

the house of John Hall in Bromingham. Warwick 
put in by M r Blayney 

[Written by Mr. James Inness, jun r . Ed.] 



320 (194). 

Endorsed : Indulgence. Parish of Stoake Mary, Somersett 

R 26. Apr. 72. 
[B. Ed.] 

To the Kinges Most excellent Maiesty 

The humble peticon of the psons whose names are subscribed Inhabi- 
tants of the pish of Stoake Mary & pts adjacent in the County of Som^ 
on the behalfe of themselves & others. 

May it please yo r most excellent Ma l y e 

Yo r peticon rs most humbly & thankfully acknowledge yo r Ma^ 
abundant grace & favo r towards them in yo r princely Clemency & 
Indulgence expressed in yo r late declaracon, And to the end they may 
ptake of the benifitt thereof ; 

Yo r peticon rs humbly pray that M r Emanuell Harford Minister of 
the Gospell of the Presbiterian pswasion may be licenced to preach to 
the Presbiterian Congregacon in those parts at the house of Thomas 
Ibrockten at Stoake hill in the said parish of Stoake Mary or in any 
other place allowed by yo r Ma^. 

And yo r peticon" (as in duty bound) shall pray &c. 

Will. Doble Samuell Perry 

William Torry: William Edwards 

Thomas Musgrave Oliver Hare 

Thomas Procter William Hare 

Charles Bell Robert Hucker 



264 S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 

3iH> (195). 

Endorsed : Somersett, Devon 

[B. Ed.] 

M r Emanuell Harford to be a Teacher to a people of the Non-Con- 
formitie of the Prisbeterian Judgm* 

the place of Worship, The howse of Thomas Proctor att Stoake 
hill in the pish of Stoake-Mary in the County of Somersett and 
in any other place allowed by his Majestic 
M r Thomas Daunsy to be a Teacher to a people of the Non-Con- 
formitie of the Prisbeterian Judgment 

the places of Worship, The howse of John Blackmore Jun r in y e 
pish of Shelden, & the howse of John Bradbeere in y e pish of 
Dunkeswell Lyinge together both in the Countye of Devon 



320 (196). 

Endorsed : Ye Indulgence 26 Apr. 72. R. 

Dr Butler 

y e use of Halls. 
, [Sir J. W. Ed.] 

Addressed : For ye Right Honble Earle of Arlington. 

London Apr: y e 26 th 1672 
Right Honble, 

I should not bee faithful should I conceale y e dayly growth of 
Jelousies, Protestant dissenters conclude this there liberty soe graciously 
soe freely granted by his Majesty will bee short lived in regard 'tis soe 
stiffled in y e birth, publick places was declared should bee allow'd now 
refused, & they licenced to noe more then what thoese of y e Romish 
perswasion freely enjoy. they say why not Halls Schooles or 
chappells not endowed, they beeing by declaration only debarred church 
benefices. let other supply unendowed chappells with preaching 
ministers, dissenters desires off them presently ceaceth, otherwise they 
conclude wheare god hath his church y e Devill must have his chappell, it 
beeing his great worke to keep y e Gospell from beeing preached. 

Every day allmost affords tidings (as I can show some) from y e countries 
of y* many frequent & fervent blessing of god & y e King, tis great 
pitty y l anything (by lessening his Maj: soe mercifull grant) should bee 
done to hinder soe good soe advantageous a worke as y e getting y e harts 
of the people which now as y e hart of one man begin to say long 
may your majesty live & rule over us. these are weighty reasons (I 
humbly conceive) rather of choice to allow them theese publick places. 
but I have troubled your honor too much already, yet I had your en- 
couragement for it, but I am loath to abuse my liberty therefore only 
further beg to bee accounted 

Right Honble 
Your honors 
most unworthy yet most 
faithfull servant 
JB 






S. P. Dom. Car. II. 320 265 

320 (197). 

Endorsed : 26. Apr. 72 R. D r B. 
Halls to N. Conformists. 



Addressed : For S r Joseph Williamson. 

Aprill 26 th 72 
Most honored & deare S r 

had I seene you I should further discoursed this point, I am con- 
fident you beelieve I intirely love you, without self ends of anything 
from you or by you. I am sorry to heare it said, whoe is y e author of 
this Stop of halls etc. : my ears are daily boared with theese complaints 
loath I was to trouble you but rubs are easiest removed at first, a plain 
frend is not to bee despised noe one is privy to my writing but I did see 
a necessity of it. our friend G is well had hee knowne of my writing 
hee would kindly remembered to you. I constantly let him know all 
my actings if not beefore, yet after 
I am 

ever without all doubt 



Your truely loveing & endeared 



320 (198). 

Endorsed : D r Butler. 



R. 27 Apr. 72. 



frend 

N. 



[B. Ed.] 
Apr: ye 2 6 th 72 



Most honoured & deare S r 

These* came this evening to my hand by which you may see 
my readiness to promote what may bee most acceptable to his majesty 
theese beeing y e effects of writing downe & if theese please I will not 
offer to obtaine for any but upon such account I most humbly beg y l 
this bearer may bring y e licences fully according to y e petitions 
I am 

most deare S r 

Your most unfeigned frend 

loveing to love, honor, & serve you 
N. 



320 (198 I). 
Endorsed 



Indulgence 



Town of Eccles, Lancashire 

R. 27. Apr. 72 



[B. Ed.] 



To the Kings most Excellent Ma' ie . 
The humble petition of divers of the Inhabitants of the parish of 
Eccles in the County Palatine of Lancaster in the name of themselves 
and sundry others of the same parish 

* Referring to the two petitions 198 I & 198 II. Ed. 



266 S. P. Dom. Car. II. 320 

Humbly Sheweth 

That wee doe with all thankfulnesse acknowledge yo r Ma ties 
gracious declaration of the 15th of March last past, wherein yo r Ma ties 
Indulgence to such as can-not conforme in all things to the Church of 
England as it is now established professinge our Loyalty to yo r Sacred 
Ma* and resolveing by the grace of god to use the liberty theirin 
granted to us with that peaceablenesse that yo r Ma tie may have noe 
reason to repent of the favor allowed to us therein. 

Wee are humble petitioners of yo r Sacred Ma^ that in pursuance 
their of yo r Ma tic would be graciously pleased to allowe of M r Edmund 
Jones Master in Artes one of the presbyterian perswasion and our 
former Vicor of our parish to exercise his ministeriall Office amongest 
us and that the Out buldinges of Alexander Leavor scituat in the 
towne of Eccles may bee the place allowed for our publick Worship and 
Devotion. 

For which Royall favor to the sayd M r Jones and us, yo r Ma ties most 
Humble petitioners shall ever pray 

John Dauntesey John Dixon 

John Valentine Thomas Edge 

E. Valentine John ffildes 

Daniell Gaskell John Triggs 

John Crompton Edmund Goolden 

Tho: Crompton Randall Olive 

William ffarman 

320 (198 II). 

Endorsed: Indulgence. Parish of Winwicke, Lancaster. 27. Apr. 72. 

[B. Ed.] 

To his most excellent ma tie . 
The humble peticon of severall of the Inhabitants of the parish 
of Winwicke in the Countie pallatine of Lancast 1 * in the name of them- 
themselves and sundry others 
Humbly Sheweth 

That vour maties Indulgence expressed in your maties Royall 
Deciaracon of March 15 th f* To such as cannot conforme in all thinges 
to the Church of England as it is now established is with all humble 
thankfuilnes acknowledged by us and professeinge and promiseinge (by 
the assistance of God) our constant and unfeigned Loyalty to your Sacred 
mafic And that wee will endevour soe to use the Liberty allowed us 
That your matie may not have Cause to repent of your Royall favour 
afforded unto us. 

Your petitioners most humbly beseech and supplycate your Sacred 
matie that in pursuance thereof yo r matie would bee gratiously 
pleased to allow &c lycence M r William Aspinwall minister of 
the Gospell and of the perswasion comonly called presbiterian to 
CX( ' I ministeriall function amongst us And that the out- 

howesinge of Richard Birchall of the said parish of Winwick 
mav bee the place of our assemblinge fo r our publick worshipp 
and devotion 



S. P. T)otn. Car. II. 320 267 

And yo r Petitioners shall cheerefully and cordially'(as in duty bound) 
ever pray for your maties longe and prosperous Reigne &c. 
John Gleave John Norman 

Richard Birchall Thomas Widdowes 

James Bate John Bate 

Tho: Ellam 



320 (199). 

Addressed : For M r Francis Benson. 



There were two peticcons sent by mee to S r Joseph * y e one from 
Eccles y e other from Winwick in Lancashire [*both townes there]. y e 
persons names I have forgot, but hope this may direct you to find them 
other wais I must bee forced to send to Lancr: for their names againe 
which would reflect much upon my credit. I should be truely thanke- 
full to you for y e finding of them. 

I am, 
S' 

Your s 

J. Butler. 

320 (200). 

Endorsed : Indulgence. St. Martins in the Fields. R. 27. Apr. 72. 

[B. Ed] 

We whose names are under written thankfully acknowledging the 
great mercy of God inclyning the heart of His Ma tie to Clemency & 
indulgence in allowing a sufficient number of places (as they shall be 
desired) in all partes of this Kingdom for the use of such as doe not con- 
form to the Church of England to meete and assemble in, in order to 
their publick worship & devotion Doe most humbly desire that Gabriell 
Sanger our former Minist r of the Presbyterian psuasion may bee allowed 
to preach & exercise all acts of Divine worship amongst us and others 
who shall attend on his Ministry both in his owne private lodgings in the 
pish of S l Martin in the Fields, and in the house of the Widdow Lloyd 
in the Strand, and in any other house allowed for publick worP by his 
Ma ties indulgence. 

Sam" Morris W m Haberfield John Tutt 

Cristofer Popley William Brown Peter Kinsey 

Nicholas Rowe John Knight: John Higgs 

Sco. Templeman Thomas Daye 

Tho: Mellor 



320 (201). 

I Catharyne Floyd widow dwelling in y e pish of St. Martin in y e 
Feilds doe desire that a roome or roomes in my own proper dwelling 
house in y e Strand may be allowed for a meeting house : 

In witnes whereof I have subscribed my name 

Katherine Floyde Widow. 

* Marginal note by B. Ed. 



268 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 320 

320 (202), 

Gabriel Sangar minister of the Presbyterian persuasion desires Licence 
to preach 

It is desired that y 6 house of y e widdow Lloyd in the Strand be allowed 
for him. 

It is likewise desired that his owne private Lodgings in St. Martin in 
the Fields be allowed for him. 



820 (203). 

Endorsed : Yorkeshire. 

[B. Ed.] 

S r Joseph Williamson on Wednsday last being the 24 th of this instant 
Aprill 1672 was left a Desire for Licences for the places & psons after 
mentioned of w ch some alterations are to be & to w ch some additions for 
oth r psons & places, viz. : 

It was desired that Swath hall in the pish of Worsop be Licenced 
now y l was a mistake and it is now desired 

That Swath hall in Worspordaile in the County of Yorke be 

allowed for a place for nonconformists to meet in 
It was desired y l Jeremiah millner of the Congregationall psuasion 
be allowed As a teach r in the Lady Roades house in Haughton 
in Yorkeshire. now It is desired that he be put in Pres- 
biterian. 
ID a Lycence for Josiah Houldsworth of the Congregationall pswa- 
sion to teach in Heaton chappell or in the House of Izabell 
Rayner widdow in Heckmondwicke in the pish of Birstoll & 
County of Yorke 
ID a Lycence for M r Sam 1 Balie of the Congregationall pswasion 
to teach in morley Chapell in the pish of Batley in y e County 
of Yorke or in his owne house in morley. 
these are ye Alterations desired in the paper form r ly Left 

[The same hand as in 187 i.e., Timo: Cloudsley. Ed.] 



Endorsed : Yorkeshire. 



viz 1 



Fresh Desires for psons & places in y e County of Yorke 

A Lvcence for M r John Hobson of the Presbiterian pswasion 

& M r Marke Triggatt of y e Congregationall pswasion to teach att 
Kirke Sandall Hall in the County of Yorke to teach to the Non- 
conformists of the Congregationall pswasion 

A Licence for M r Richard Whitehurst of the Congrerabll 
Biwasion to teach att a Certaine House Called the west hall att 
Hatfcild in Yorkshire 

A Licence for M r Robert Dickinson of the Congregationall pswa- 
ion to teach att his owne house in Fish lake in Yorkshire 




S. P. TDom. Car. II. 320 269 

A Lycence for M r Christopher Nesse Congregationall pswasion to 
teach in maine rideing house in the pish of Leedes in the County 
of Yorke 

[The same hand as 187 & 271. Ti: Cloudsley. Ed.] 



320 (204). 
Endorsed 



Indulgence. Wrentham in Suffolke. 



[B. Ed.] 






To the Kings most Excellent Majesty 



The Humble petition of the Congregation and Nonconformist in 
and about the parish of Wrentham in the County of Suffolke. 

Sheweth 

That your petition rs have with all due thankefullnesse, and 
Humility considered your Majestyes late gratious declaration, published 
by the Advice of your most Hon r able Privye Councell, whereby yo r 
Majestye is pleased to suspend the execution of all manner of poenall 
laws in matters Ecclesiasticall against those that doe not conforme to 
the Church of England: And that yo r Majestye is gratiously pleased 
to declare that yo r Majestyes Royall Indulgence should not extend to 
those that shall meete in any place not allowed or the Teacher of 
such Congregation not approved by yo r Majestye. 

In thankefullnesse and submission to w ch gratious Indulgence and 
Dispensation yo r petition rs are incouraged humbly to beseech and 
supplicate yo r Majesty to be pleased to give yo r Majestyes royall 
Allowance that One house p r pared for that use in Wrentham abovesaid 
be allowed of by yo r Majestye to be a place for yo r petitioners and others 
to congregate in for our publique worshipp and devotion, And that yo r 
Majestye would likewise be gratiously pleased to approve M r William 
Ames Teacher to that congregation to w ch yo r Majestyes humble 
suppliants doe belonge : And yo r petition rs doe promise not to use, 
permitt or extend this yo r Majestyes Royal Favor and Indulgence for 
y e Exercisinge or teaching any Doctrine tending to Sedition 
And yo r Petitioners shall pray &c 

Autograph signatures. 
Fra: B re wester 
Tho: Legat 
Geo: Warren 
Francis Morse. 
John Rix. 
Simon Wickering 



Richard Waynflitts 
Tho: Marshall 
W m Crispe 
Abr: Gillingham 
Evan Gayer 
Simon Rix 
Phillip Barker 



Wrentham 

Aprill 29 th 1672. 



Henery Legat 

W m Slater 

Isaac Chetell 

Nath: Smyth 

Edmund Durrant 

John Buddell 

Tho Forcroft 

Robert Chrisp 



270 S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 

880 (805). 
Reverend S r , 

I received yours y e w^ 1 was noe small disappointment to us all 
(Specially my Lady) y e licences not coming for we are in more than 
ordinary danger of being disturbed The Church men & y e Justices 
will take any information y e last weeke I was sent for by one of them 
to know whether I had a License, & yesterday we had met with 
trouble, had not one of them beene my Ladys Friend S r in short 
they are resolved to try y e Strength of y e Declaration whether twill be 
valid agt an act of Parliament, and my Lady is y e person they will 
begin with, hoping thereby to deter others from any such practise, 
now we are advised by an able counsellor & Justice to get a license 
according to y e Kinges deel: & then we hope to stave off trouble for y e 
prsent, though tis judged y l twill com in the end notwithstanding a 
license. S r , I hope to be in London y e next weeke but whether I shall 
reach through by y l hour you mention is doubtfull not being used to ride, 
Sc how to be absent soe long (my Lady not being provided as yet) I know 
not especially this juncture of time, twould have fitted me much 
better about 6 weekes hence for then I shall be necessitated to be in 
London & doe hope by y 1 time y l I shall get Glastonbury provided ; but 
notwithstanding all I intend to com except it may be as well then, y e 
wc* 1 is all but service and thanks from him who is 

Sr > 

Y r obliged servant, 
Aprill 29 : 72 Tho: Brond 



320 (206). 

Endorsed : Chancys note. Southampton 

[B. Ed.] 

Licences desired 
For M r John Crofts, Congregational 

for John Girle's house in Newton Tone in the county of Wilts, 
or any other licensed place. 
For M r Nicholas Smith congregational for his ow house in Long 
parish & M r Hopkins' house in Horwell in y e County of South- 
ton or any other licensed place 
For M r John Pinkury presbiteria for his ow house in Longstock 

& John Saunder's his house in Andover in y e County of Southto 

Isaak Chancy 
Aprill 27. 1672. of Estonto Andover 



880 (207). 

Endorsed : Southampton 



M r Samuell Sprint for the tow Hall in Andover Southtfi 
M r Isaak Chancy for Estonton neer Andover Southto 



[B. Ed.] 



S. P. Dom. Car. II. 320 271 

M r James Brow of Lower Catford for his house Southto 
M r Jon Pinkney Long Stock his ow house Southto 
M r Joh Crofts, Newton tony John Girles House Wilts. 
M r Nicholas Smith his ow house in Long parish. Southto. 

[J. Chaficy. Ed.] 



320 (208). 

Endorsed : Southampton 



[B. Ed.] 



Samuel Sprint of Upper Clatford in the County of Sowthamton being 
of the Presbiterian Preswaission desier Licence to Preach 
not appr. In the Towne Hall of Andover in the saeyd County or 
in any other Licensed Place 
[sacke Chancy of Easton towne in the se3 County desiers Licence to 
preach in his One House or any other Licensed place hee being of 
the presbiterian Preswaisson. 
fames Browne of Lower Clatford in the sect County desiers Licence to 
preach in his One House or any other Licensed place hee being 
of the Presbiterian Preswaission 



1 

: 



520 (209). 

Endorsed : Althornes note. Leedes 

[B. Ed.] 

M r Althorne, 

Wee whose names are here under Written doe For our selfes 
and many others desire the Favour of you to usse your indeavour to 
obtayne a Licence For the house of M r William Harrise in the parish of 
Alsaints in Lewes, To bee usste and bee imployed in the worshipp of 
god one all occasions For us of the presbiterian Judgm*, And wee alsoe 
desire a Licence for M r Edward Newton to bee teacher to the same 
ongregation 

And wee alsoe desire (if it may bee obtayned) that M r Edward 
Newton may have in his Licence the Liberty to usse the house of M r is 
Frances Vickring in the parish of St. Michille in Lewes 

Sir, pray will you usse your indeavour to obtayne these Licences this 
weeke that if possible wee may receave them and what charge you are 
at wee shall thankfully repay 

and ever bee 

Y r obliged Frends and servants 

Edward Newton Walter Brett Jun r 

Wal. Brett sen r Samuel Dutton 

Henry Panton Will Humphrey 

Tho: Matthew 
Lewes the 30th of Aprill 1672 



272 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 320 



880 (810). 

Endorsed : 30. Apr. 1672 R 
D r B. 



Addressed : For S r Joseph Williamson 



Licenses 
Milward's house. 
Rent 
Rathbone 



Apr y e y e 30 th 72 



Most honored & deare S r 

I most humbly beg licences for thoesetwo peticions according as 
therein desired I alsoe pray a licence for y e house of M r Georg 
Mil ward at Farincomb in Somersetshire for M r John Millward to 
preach in whoe already hath a licence in generall. there is yet alsoe 
two beehind of y* ould ones I formerly desired which were for Kent. 
Rathbone was one of them, the other I have forgotten I intreat you, 
deare S r , to let mee have theese. I get nothing by this but expense of 
money & time. I am for ever 

Dear S r 

Yours in all truth, 
N 



320 (211). 

Addressed : For my honoured Freind 
S r Joseph Williamson 
these 
My honoured Freind, 

I was yesterday at Whitehall to have way ted on you, but y u 
were buisy, and the people about yu ill natur'd, by which I lost my end, 
and fearing the same might bee my ill fate this morning, I rather choose 
to give yu the trouble of this paper, w c ^ humbly desires y u would bee 
pleas' d to order some one of your Servts to search whether there have 
already any Licence passed To one Olyver Heywood For exercising his 
guifts (as they call it) in or about Hallifax, and if none such have 
passed, then as humbly to desire, that none may, untill notice Given to 
my L d ; or 

Y r most humble & more than 
most affecconate Serv 1 
30 Aprill: 1672 Raphe Snowe. 



1 



320 (212). 

John Hodges house Edward Pars house in S* Mary Ottery 

John Taylour teacher Mark Down teacher 

{ohn Maudit teacher Georg Tress teacher. 

Lich. Smith teacher. M r Lye teacher 

Rich. Binmore teacher M 1 Lyes bouse 

Rich. Binmores house Abraham Randals house 
John Syms house in Ogwel. John Nots house 






S. P. TDom. Car. II. 320 273 

John Maudit's house Rich: Stevens house 

Willift Cholwich his house John Forly his house 

Willis Yeo's house Henry Berry his house 

Georg Brooks house John Hill teacher. 

Adam Nerman house James Searles house 

Tho: Ford John Searle teacher, 

delivered to M r Hiclces April y e last. 

M r Henry Flammack teacher 

M r Flammack house 

[John Hickes. Ed.] 



320 (213). 

Endorsed : Norwich. 



[B. Ed.] 



A Lycence 

For John Collings D r D. & for A roome in ye house of Jonathan 
Wilson in y e pish of St. Stephens Norw ch 
not app. For Beniamin Snowdon & for A roome in y e house late 

belonging to y e Blackfryers in St. Andrews pish Norw ch 

presb. 
[B. Ed.] 



320 (214). 

sd : Warwick 

[B. Ed.] [SirJ.W. Ed.] 



Endorsed : Warwickshire. Meetings Congregationalists. 



1. The House of Sophia Viscountesse Wimbaldon in y e parish of 
Nether- Whitacre in Warwickshire for the use of such as are of the 
Congr. perswasion 

2. The house of Waldive Willington Esq. in y e parish of Kingsbury, 

Warwicksh: for such as are of the presbyt. perswasion 

3. The House of John Baylyes in the parish of Coleshill, Warwickshire 

for such as are of the presbyt. perswas: 

4. Matthew Leadbeater presbyt. doth Humbly begg a License to preach 
in any Licenst place for the use of those of his perswasion. 

[B. Ed.] 

320 (215). 

Endorsed : Essex. 

[B. Ed.] 

John Reeve a master of artes desires a Lycence to preach in his owne 
house at Springfield in Essex, who is of the presbyterian perswation. 



320 (216). 

Ralph Veiling master of Arts &c of the Congregational way : 

For the Roomes in the great James in St. Clements East cheape 
London in the house of James March 

James March 
18 



274 & p - T^om. Car. II. 320 



890 (917). 

Endorsed : London. 



[B. Ed.] 



Ralph Venning Master of Arts, Congregationall, desires 
A Lycense for the house of James March to preach in 
In St. Clements Eastcheap London 



320 (218). 

Endorsed : Barker Teacher. 



[B. Ed.] 



M r Robert Barker of the parish of St. James Dukes place of the Con- 
gregationall way desires a Lysence to preach In the house of James 
March In the parish of St. Clements Eastchepe, London 

James March 

320 (219). 

Endorsed : Essex, Cheshire, Wilts. 

[B. Ed.] 

A License 

for Obadiah Grew D.D. of the perswasion commonly called Pres- 
byterian at the howses of M r Edmund Kirton & of M r John 
Basnet & M r Thomas Jesson. in Coventry 

[This in one writing. Ed.] 

For M r George Moxon Congregationall at his Dwelling house in the 

parish of Asbury Cheshire 
For M r Nathaniel Ranew, Presbyt. at M r Finch his house in Bilrecay in 

y* County of Essex 
For M r John Ravenshaw Presbyteria At his house in Wibunbury parish. 

Cheshire 

[In Richard Steele's hand. Ed.] 



320 (220). 

Endorsed : Surrey, Hantshire. 

[B. Ed.] 

M r Noah Webb of y e Presbyterian pswasion of Frimley in Surrey 

M r Samuel Wickham of the Presbyterian pswasion of Purbright in Co. 

Surrey 
M r Stephen Webb of the same pswasion at M rs Bradshaws house U 

Farnborow in Hantshire 
M r Richard Bures of the Presbyterian pswasion, of Frimley, in Surrey. 



820 (221) 

Endorsed : Sussex, Stafford. 

[B. Ed.] 

Joseph Cope d< Lycence to to Teach in the house of M r Edwan 

Harison in the parish of Eaglshall in the County of Stafford, or in 
his one house of the prespby. 



S. P. Dom. Car. II. 320 275 

M r William Martaine desires Lycence to preach in John Oglanders 
house at Kingston in Sussex or in his one house of the presbyterian 
perswation 

[R. Prowse. Ed.] 



320 (222). 

Endorsed : Suffolke. 

one not appr. 

[B. Ed.] 

presbit : John Sallceld for his owne house in Walsham in the Willowes 

in Suff: 
presbit : ffrancis Crow, for his own house at Ovington, in Suff: 
Congregationall : John Starke for his owne house in Winkfleld in: Suff: 
Congr. John Winbon for the house of M rs Cooke in the Southgate 

Street in Bury : Suff: 
presbit : Samuel Slater: for the Shire house in Bury not appr. 



*20 (223). 
Endorsed : Northumberland 



[B. Ed.] 



Liconse for 

M r John Tompson to preach at the tole both in Morpeth in North- 
umberland Congregationall. 



520 (224). 

Endorsed : Lancashire, Suffolk 

[B. Ed.] 

[ r William Folkes of Great Cornard in Suffolk. Presbyterian 
M r John Clarkes house in S l Edmonsbury Suffolke 
M r John Parish his house in Sudbury Suffolke 
/I r Tho Walker of little Waldingfield in Suffolke. Presbyterian 

For his own house & For M r John Gurdons house called Assington 
hall in Suffolke 
For William Spring's house in Nayland Suffolke 
Robert Eaton M.A. For his own dwelling house in manchester in 

Lancashire 
M r Henery Finch of Manchester in Lancashire. Presbyterian. 
For A private orotory belonging to M r Tho Birch of Birch in Lanca- 
shire For the use of such as doe not conforme &c both of the 
Presbyterian & Congregational perswasion. 

[Maddox. Ed.] 



320 225). 

A private oratory belonging to M r Tho. Birch of Birch-hall in 
Lancashire For the use of Presbyterian k Congregationall 

M r Henery Finch Teacher Presbyterian. 

[Maddox. Ed.] 
l82 



276 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 320 



320 (226). 

A Roomc or Roomes in the house of Henery Finch in Manchester in 
the County of Lancaster For the Presbyterian perswasion 

Maddox 

820 (227). 

M r Thomas Moore of Milton-Abbas in Dorcett Presb. his own house 

there 
M r John Hodder of Thorn = combe in Devon. Presb. 

his own house there & a house or outhouse belonging to Tho: 
Moor Esq r in Hawkchurch in Dorcett 
M r Henry Backaller of Woron... fitzpain Presb. in the house of M rs 

Sarah Kerridg. there. 
M r John Pinney Presb. in his own house att Betscombe in Dorcett. & a 
house belonging to M r Edw: Markes at Broad Windsor in 
Dorcett 
M r John Kerridg of Lyme in Dorcett. a Gen 11 teacher. 
M r Ja: Ously of Wotton Fitz=pain Presb. his own house there 
M r John Brice of Whitechurch Presb. 

a New house belonging to Hen: Henly Esq r M r John Goddard > 
& others at Marshwood in Dorcett 
M r John Langdale Presb. his own house at Crickett in Somersett. 
The house of Mr John Webber (comonly called Thorp) at Membury 

in Devon. Presb. 
M r Tho: Craine of Beaminster in Dorcett. a Gen 11 teacher. 
M r John Gill of Haukchurch in Dorcett. a Gen 11 teacher. 
M r Tim: Sacheverill Presb. his dwelling house in Winterburn Zelston 
in Dorcett. 
[Other side] 
M r Tho : Row of Winburn Presb. a Gen 11 teacher 
The house of M r Bernard Dwight in Culliton in Devon 
M r James Wood of Chewbent in Lancashire Presb. 

a meeting place (built by the inhabitants of Chewbent) in the said 
towne 
M r Rob: Bath of Rachdale in Lancashire Presb. 

a house called Underwood in the parish of Rachdale. 
M r Zachariah Taylor of Rachdale Presb. 

a house called Bickerstaff Hall there a dwelling house 
M r Nath. Haywood of Bickerstaff in the parish of Ormskirk in Lanca- 
shire Presb. 
the house of M r Geo: Leigh in Farnworth 
M r Joshua Kirby of Wakefeild in Yorkshire Presb. 

his own house in Wakefeild 
The house of M r John Hulatt in Salisbury for a Presbiterian meeting 

place 
the house of M r John Nest Presb. in During 

The house of M r Wm Billers Presb. in Leicester for M r Major 
Presb. 
To fill up for M r En! 

[Ja: Inness jun'. I 



S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 277 

320 (228) 

John Pinny For his own house in the Parish of Bettiscombe And for 
the house of John Brice in the Parish of Marshod both in the 
County of Dorsett: For the use of those of the Presbyterian Per- 
swasion : 



*20 (229). 

Benjamin Perkins at Wakingham in Barkshire for himself, & his 

dwelling house. 
M r Samuel Baker house at Watesfield in y e County of Suffolk. 
M r Tho: Benton to be allowed teacher in Watisfield 
and Isaack Carters house to be Licenced 

Sam. Pettaugh to be a teacher in his house in Wortwell cum 

Alburgh in y e County of Norfolk. & his house to be licenced 
r Willia Bidbank to be a teacher at Robert Primrose his house in 

Denton in y e County of Norfolk. 
M r Augustine Plumstead in Norffa teacher. 
M r John Starke to be a teacher at y e house of Rob 1 Smith in Sileham in 

y e County of Suffolck and his house to be Licenced 
M r Sam 1 Manning jun r to be a teacher at y e house of Stephen Hamblin 

in Pulham in y e County of Norfolk w th y e house to be licenced 
Hutton Esq r his house at Poppleton in Yorks 
John Guns house in Wetherfield in Essex. 
Alice Shutes house widdow in Crediton in Devon. 
Henry Berry his house in Crediton not fd. 

John Notts house in Lupford 

Georg. Brooks house in Cruse Morchard. Devon. 
Tho: Martyn his house in Plymouth. 
John Sealy his house in Topsham in Devon. 

[John Hickes. Ed.] 



320 (230). 

Endorsed : Gilbert 



[B. Ed.] 



Thomas Gilbert Bachler of divinity In Oxford desires a generall 
Lycence to preach, who is of the Congregational perswation 



320 (231). 

Endorsed : Berks 



[B. Ed.] 



M r Edward Perkins Presbeterian For the house of M rs Elizabeth 
Hawe in Wokingham Barsksh e 

[In margin, written obliquely.] 
1 After their Lordships are very whome it may ' 



278 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 320 

820 (232). 

Endorsed : Nottingha, Derbyshire 

[SirJ.W. Ed.] 

W m Reynolds of the presbit perswasio at the house of M r Joseph James 

in Notting" 1 
W m Cross of Loughborough Leicestershere of the presbiteria' perswasio 

for his owne dwelling house in Loughborough 
M r John Barrett at Sanjacre in Derbyshere for his dwelling house in 

Sanjacre of the presbeteria perswasio in Derbyshire 

[The same writing as 320 (105). Ed.] 



320 (233). 

Endorsed : Swanzey, Glamorganshire 

[B. Ed.] 

A license is desired By Daniel Higgs Congr, 

for the house of Stephen Hughes in Swansey, for the house of 

Henry Griffith in Bishopston, for the house of robert Gethen in 

Nicholaston, & for the house of Richard Bevan in Roseilly 

to be publick meeting places, all in Glamorganshire 

[Small, neat handwriting Daniel Higgs. Cf. latter 
part of 320 (235). Ed.] 



820 (234). 

Endorsed : Wales 

[B. Ed.] 

~ . Hi g s 

Daniell Higgs desires a Lycence to preach in the house of M r Henry 

Griffith & in the house of Richard Bevan & Robert Gethyn in the 

County of Glamorgan in Gower who is of the Congregationall 

perswation 
Samuel Tones presbyt: at his owne house in Langynwyd and in the house 

of M r Rees Powel of Coitrehen in Glamorganshire. 
Peregrin Phillips Congreg: at his owne house and at Richard Mayloi 

house in Haverford west in Penbroke shire. 

[Stephen Hughes. I.q. first part of 320 (235). Ed.] 



320 (235). 

Received out for 
M r Samuel Jones for his owne house and M r Rees powels house in 

Glamorganshire 
M r Peregrin Phillips for his owne house and M r Richard Maylors at 
Haverford west in penbroke shire 

Received by me 

Stephen Hughes 

[Large rough hand. Ed.] 



S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 279 

M r Daniell Higgs for the house of Rich: Bevan Robert Gethin & Henry 
Griffith in Glamorgan shire 

reed by mee, 

Dan: Higgs 

[Same neat handwriting as 320 (233). Ed.] 



320 (236). 

Searl of Dartington Devon 
Forly of Totnes Anabaptists 

who were writ in their Licences Presbyterians 

[John Hickes. Ed.] 



320 (237). 

Endorsed : Birmingham. Pet n Apr. 72 



[B. Ed.] 



To the Kings Most Excellent Ma tie 

The humble Addresse & Petitio of severall Inhabitants of the 
Towne of Birmingham in the County of Warwicke in the Name of 
them &c. and sundry others of the same Towne, humbly sheweth 

That your Majestyes gracious declaratio of y e 15 th of March last past 
wherein your Ma ties Indulgence to us is soe fully manifested, is w th all 
humble thankfulnes acknowledged by us. And professing our Loyalty 
to your Sacred Ma tie w tn all Sincerity, and resolving, by the grace of 
God, to use the Liberty, soe freely given to us, with that Moderatio & 
peaceableness, that your Majesty may not have Cause to repent the 
favour afforded to us therein. Wee are humble Petitioners to yo r Sacred 
Ma tie , that in pursuance thereof, your Majesty will bee gratiously pleased, 
to allow and Lycense M r Samuel Fisher Master in Arts of the Presbi- 
terian perswasio to excercise his Ministeriall functio amongst us, and that 
the house of the said Samuel Fisher, and the Town-Hall scituate in 
Birmingham, may bee places allowed for their meeting under his 
Ministry 

In which Royall, & humbly desired favour to M r Samuel Fisher 
and us 

Your Majestyes most humble Petition rs 
Shall ever pray. 
Tho: Rowney George Jackson 

John Hunt Samuel Taylor 

Francis Himmons Josiah Yate 

William Egmond Isaac Ash ford 

John Ashford Daniel Ashford 



280 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 320 

380 (238). 

Endorsed : Indulgence. Lealand in Lancashire 



To the Kings most Excellent majesty 

The humble Addresse & Petition of Some of the inhabitants 
of the Township of Tockholes within the Parish of Blackborn, h of the 
township of Withnell within the Parish of Lealand in the County of 
Lancaster in the name of themselves & others of the same place. 

Humbly sheweth 

That yo r majesties loyall Subjects do with thankfulnes acknow- 
ledge yo r majesties Royall Grace & favo r in yo r Majesties Declaracon 
of the 15 of March 167 J Granting liberty to such as cannot in all 
things Conform to the Church of England as it is now Established. 
And wee are humble Petitioners to yo r Sacred Majestie y 1 in pur- 
suance thereof yo r majestie would bee Graciously pleased to allow h 
license M r John Harvie (M r in Artes one of the Presbyterian per- 
swasion) to the exercise of his ministry amongst us ; 

And y* the Meeting-house in Tockholes Erected by the inhabitants 
for o r convenience, being all of us far distant from o r parish Churches 
may be allowed for the place of o r Assembling in order to o r publick 
worship & devotion. By w<* yo r majesties Royall favo r to the said 
M r Harvie & o r selves yo r majestie will lay upon yo r poor subjects the 
greatest obligacons. & Wee do pmise by the grace of God so to use 
this yo r majesties Grace & indulgence as y l yo r Majesty may have no 
Cause to repent this favo r on o r account. 

And yo r majesties most humble petitioners shall ever pray 

For yo r majesties long life & prosperous raign over us. 

Tho: Crichlow John Walmsley 

James Marsden Richard Walmesley 

Ralph Wamsley John Fishwick 

William Chrichlow Thomas Dewhurst 

Richard Depden Richard Dewarst 

. Thomas Ainsworth Thomas Halliwell 



820 (239). 

Endorsed : Indulgence. Hundred of Blackburn & Salford. 

[B. Ed.] 

To the King's most Excellent Majestie the humble Addresse and 
petition of William Yates Robert Whittaker Charles Sagar John Hey 
John Waddington Richard Lawson Thomas Baily Matthias Tailour 
Abraham Haworth and William Sellars inhabitants within the Hundred 
of Blackburn in the County of Lancaster ; As also of Michael Reader 
John Brooks James Kirshaw Nathaneel Whaywell Edward Hamer 
Francis Norbury Thomas Thomason and John Wood inhabitants within 
the Hundred of Salford in the County aforesayd 



S. P. ( Dom. Car. II. 320 281 

Humbly Sheweth 

That your Majesty's petitioners doe most thankfully acknowledg 
your Majesty's Royall indulgence to such as cannot Conform to the 
Church of England expressed in your Majesty's gracious Declaration, 
bearing date Mar: 15 167J ; professing also with all sincerity and alacrity 
that wee will use the sayd Liberty soe given with all moderation, peace- 
ablenesse and Loyalty to your Majesty and government : 

Most humbly pray that (in pursuance of your Majesty's Sayd Declara- 
tion) your Majesty would bee graciously pleased to allow and 
Licence M r Thomas Jollie minister of the gospell of the Congre- 
gationall perswasion to excercise his ministeriall ffunction among 
us ; and (in regard of the destitute condition of the Countrey and 
the dispersed habitations of your Majesty's petitioners) that the 
house of Richard Sagar called Slade, the house of Richard Cottham 
called Sparth, the house of Robert Whittaker called Healy, and 
the house of the sayd M r Jollie at Wymond houses, being in the 
Hundred of Blackburn aforesayd, may bee the places allowed for 
meeting according to your Majesty's sayd Declaration. 

Your Majesty's petitioners doe also most humbly pray, that 
M r Thomas Key minister of the gospell of the Congregationall 
perswasion may bee allowed and Licenced to excercise his ministe- 
riall Function among us ; and for the causes aforesayd that the 
house of Francis Norbury in Entwistle the house of John Wood 
in Tattington both in the Hundred of Salford in the sayd County 
and the house of John Harwood in Hoddlesdon in the Hundred 
of Blackburn in the sayd County may bee the places allowed for 
meeting according to your Majsty's sayd Declaration. 

For the which Royall Favour to the sayd M r Jollie, M r Key 
and your most humble Petitioners, they shall according to 
their bounden duty ever pray for your Majesty &c. 



320 (240). 

To the Kings most excellent Majestie 
The humble addresse and petition of seaverall of the Inhabitants 
of little Hilton in the County of Lancaster in the behalfe of themselves 
ind sundry others in the same Neighbourhood 
Humbly Sheweth 

That your Ma ties Gratious Indulgence Expressed in your Ma ties 
Declaration of March y e 1 5 th last past is with all thankefulnes Acknow- 
lidged by us. And professing our Loyalty to yo r Sacred Ma tie with all 
sincerity, And resolving by the Assistance of God to use the said 
Liberty with that moderation and peaceablenes that yo r Ma tic (for as 
much as in us lies) may not have cause to repent of the liberty soe 
granted to us. 

Wee are yc^ Ma ties most Humble petitioners that in pursuance thereof 
yo r Ma tie would bee pleased to Allow and Licence M r Edward 
Richardson M r In Artes and Minister of the Gospel (one of the 
Presbyterean of perswasion) to exercise his Ministry Amongst us. 
And that the house M r Robert Mort Comonly called Wharton 



282 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 320 

Hall scituate in the said Little Hilton, (hee the said M r Mort 
being consenting and a subscriber hereunto) may bee the place 
Allowed for our Meeting. 

For which yo r Ma Ues Royall favour to the said M r Richardson 
and us Yo r Ma tics most Humble pet rs shall ev r pray &c 

Thomas Smith 

Robert Mort 

William Tong 

Thomas Topping 

Thomas Brabin 

Richard Colliar 

Humfrey Borscow 



320 (241). 

Endorsed : R Licence M r Prowse's note. Devon. 

[B. Ed.] 

A License is prayed for Richard Bickle to preach to a people of y e Pres- 
beterian Judgment 
The place called y e Cheape howse belongingq to Sam: Cabell Esq 1 " 
in the parish of Buckfastleigh in the County of Devon 
y prowse. 
Pray M r Benson 

get the abovesd: Licence w th w l conveniency you cann for 
p r sent Freind 

Ri: Prowse 
May Day. 72. 

320 (242). 

M r Edward Dammer of Quarleston in Dorcett place & person 
M r Joshua Churchill of Dorchester a metting place in Fordington 
M r Dan: Bull of Newington Stoke place & person. 

Rec d of M r Alexander Raynolds this first of May 1672 the Licenses 
for the places & persons above menconed 

I say, rec d by me 

Joshua Churchill 
Recd Mr Wells of Banbury & place 
M r Copes Licence & pi. 
& Mr Gilberts 

by me Rich: Steele 
The House of Tho: Jesson Coventry 
Edmund Kirten Coventry 
John Bay lyes 
Viscountesse Wimbaldon 
Esq. Willington 

Iianiel Ranew in the house of Finch in Bilrecay 
A meeting house in Nailcfwortfa 
A meeting house at Ailebury at M r Dunstons 
M r Gab: Major of Leicester place & pel 

Recd by me 

Ja: Inness juii' 




S. P. T>om. Car. II. 320 283 



320 (243). 

M r Henry Pen of Broadtholk in Wilts, place & person 

M r John Kent at upper Wallop in Southampton person & place 

M r Ben: Flower of Chippenham in Wilts person & place 

M r John Pinney in Bettiscombe. Dorsett person & place. 

Rec d the above menconed Licenses of M r Alexander Reynold, this 
1st. of May 1672 I say rec d by me 

Ja: Inness jun r 
M r Tho: Evance Person and Place in Birmingham, Warwicksheir 

Rec d by mee this 1st. May 

Tho: Parkhurst 

[This paper is boldly indented. Ed.] 



320 (244). 

the first of May 72 

Received then out of my L d Arlingtons Office a Lycence to preach 
in Springfeild in Essex in the house of John Reeves 

I say by mee Received 

John Burgis 
320 (245). 

Nathaneel Robinson teacher 
Nathaneel Robinsons house 
Edward Perkins 
Georg. Day 
Joseph Stoeker 

delivered to mee 

John Hickes 

[Annotated at foot.] 

i. May. 72. M r Hickes 

[B. Ed.] 

320 (246). 

Endorsed : Wilts, Dorsett, Middlesex. 



M r Peter Ince of Thornhill in ye County of Dorset Presb. with his 

house in y e same place 
The house of Tho: Grove Esq. in y e Parish of Dunhead in y e County 

of W for a Presb. assembly 
M r Tho: Rosewell of Ferme Presb. in y e County of Wilts 
M r Compton South Presb. of Dunhead in y e County of Wilts With his 

house in y e same Parish 
M r John Phip Presb. of Tefont in the county of Wilts with his house 

in y e same Parish. 
M r Sam 11 Clifford Presb. of Knoyell in y e County of Wilts with his 

house in y e same Parish 
M r John Jemes Presb. of Stanes in the County of Middlesex with his 

house in y e same Parish 
[Written on back, but crossed out.] 
M r Peter Ince Presb. of Dunnet in y e County of Wilts with his house 

in the same parish 

[J. Hickes. Ed.] 



284 S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 



320 (247). 

Endorsed : Middlesex. 



[B. Ed.] 



John James to preach att his now dwelling house in Staynes in Midd* 
Clerkc A Presbiterian 



820 (248). 
Endorsed 



Congregationall 
Suffolk. 



Dorset, Essex, Hartford, Cheshire, 

[B. Ed.] 

Ed.] 



congregat 
congreg: 
congreg: 
Congreg: 



[In another hand. (B's.) 
James Rud Grocer 
M r George Thorne The House of William Gillett in 
Weymouth. 
M r Richard Downe The House of John Golding in Brid- 

port. 
M r John Sammes M r William Croe's house in Coggeshal 

in Essex 
M r Thomas Lawrey His owne dwelling house in Cogges- 
hal 

Congreg: M r John Yates ) at M r Jonathan Pitman's house in 

M r Thomas Wadsworthj Theobalds. 

Crossbrook 
Congregat: M r William Tutty at M r Hill's house in Ay brook Street 

in Chesham, Halfordshire 
Congregat. M r Fredericke Woodall 

The House of M r Jonathan Basse in 

Woodbridge in Suffolk 

M r John Wilson. The House of M re Katherine Booth 

in Northgate Street in Chester and 

M rs Harvey in Y e Bridge street 

M r Francis Warham The House of M r Cusors (? Ewers) 

at Punsbourne in Hartfordshire 
M r Robert Asty M ra Susan Adams her house in St. Ed- 
munds Bury Hatter street 
M r Thomas Milway at y e House of y e Widdow Heath 
at Preston in Hartfordshire 
Congr: M r Christopher Towler at M r Thomas Polhil his house in 

Chesham Hartfshire 



congregat: 
Congregat: 






820 (248 I). 
Doct r Owen. 

Desires that if y e place for M r George Thorne of Weymouth & 
Milcombc Regis bee not yet expressed in y e License to be at y e house of 
William Gillett : It may be now menconed to be at y e House Late 
M r John Arthur's now in the possession of James Bud. Grocer: or in 
fome Roomes of that House. Because upon second thoughts they have 
thought fit not to have it at William Gillets. 






S. P. IDom. Car. II. 320 285 

320 (249). 

Endorsed : Hartford, Essex. 



M r Wilson at Chester 

Tho. Lawry At his owne house in Coggeshall. Essex 

Th W 1 a ^ rh I ^ ^ r J onatnan Pritmans house in Theobalds. 

Francis Warham: At M r Ewer's house called Punsburne in Hartford- 
shire. 

Robert Asty At M rs Susan Adams howse in hatter's Street in S* 
Edmonds Bury Suff: 

William Tutty At M r Hills house in Crossebrooke Street in Cheshun 
in Hartfordshire 

John Sames At M r William Enoe's howse in great Coggeshall in Essex 

Thomas Milway At the Widow Heaths house at Preston near Hitchin 
in Hartfordshire 

M r Christopher Towler at M r Polhill's house in Chesham 



320 (250). 

Robert Asty teacher Congregat. in Berry Suffolk 
Susanna Adams House in Berry. 
John Winbourn teacher Congregational in Berry. 
Mary Cook Widdow her house in Berry 
Samuel Sclater teacher Presbyt. in Berry 
The Shire house in Berry. 

Francis Crow teacher Presbyt. in his own house in Ovington, in Suffolk. 

[John Hickes. Ed.] 



320 (251). 

Mr Woodall of Woodbridg Suffolk 
M r King of Debenham Suffolk 
M r Aston of Edm Bury Suffolk 

M r T \ of CogshalL Essex: 

r Low rye J fe 



320 (252). 

Endorsed : Hackney Midd. 



[B. Ed.] 



Jonathan Tuckney of Hackney in the County of Middlesex of the 
Presbyterian perswasion for his dwelling house in Hackney afore- 
said or any other place approved. 



320 (253). 

Endorsed : Suffolk Debenham 

[B. Ed.] 

James Kinge (of the Independant perswation) humbly desires a License 
to preach, and performe Religious services In his owne house and 
in the house of Samuell Bunnet in or near Debenham in the 
Countie of Suffolke 



286 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 320 

820 (264). 

Endorsed : London, Warwickshire. 

[B. Ed.] 

A License for M r William Cooke Presbyt. The place. Some roomes in 
a house calld the White Fryars in y e City of Chester 

M r Samuel Willes a Presbyt. The place, His owne house in Birmingham 
Warwickshire 

M r Richard Adams Presbyt. The place at the House of M r John 
Adams in Cheapside London. 



320 (255). 

Endorsed : Sussex, Yorkshire 

[B. Ed.] 

M r John Corbet sometimes minister of the Citty of Chichester in the 
County of Sussex desiers a Lysence to preach and pforme religious 
services in any Lycensed place he is of the Presbiterian pswation 

M r John Noble of the Presbiterian pswation desires a Lycense to preach 
in the house of Leonard Warde in Tanshelfe in the Westriding of 
the County of Yorke or in any other Lycensecl place 
Edw: Hobson will call for these Lycences. 



320 (256). 

Endorsed : Nottingham Bole 

[B. Ed.] 

Josiah Rocke of Bole in Nottinghamshire of y e presbyterian perswasion 
for his dwelling house att Bole afores d or any other place approved 



320 (257). 

A License is desir'd for M r Josias Rock and for his house: Presb: of Bole 
in the County of Nottingham 

p me 
Nehemiah Lyde 



320 258). 

Middlesex. The Lady Roberts howse in Wilsdon. Midd: Indep. 

[B. Ed.] 



320 (259). 

Endorsed : Indulgen 06 Birmingham 

[Sir J. W. Ed.] 

M r Samuel Willis Minister of the presbiterian pwasion 
The Schoole house in Birmingham 
The house of John Wall in Birmingham 

The house of Joseph Robinson in Birmingham 

The house of Samuel Taylor in Birmingham 

The house of Samuel Doeley in Birmingham 
The house of John Hum in Birmingham 



S. P. Dom. Car. II. 320 287 

M r William Fincher minister of the presbiterian pswasion 

The house of Richard Yarnald in Birmingham his owne house 

The house of Thomas Gisborne in Birmingham 

The house of M rs Yarrington on Borse well-heath 

The house of William Weeley in Birmingham 

The house of John Pemberton in Birmingham 

The house of Richard Careles in Birmingham 



320 (260). 

Endorsed : Indulgence. Willis. 



[SirJ.W. Ed.] 



M R Samuell Willis of the Episcopall Perswasion 
The Schoole house in Birmingham 
The house of M r Joseph Robinson In Birmingham 
The house of M r Samuell Taylor In Birmingham 
M R W M Fincher of the Presbiterian Perswasion 
His own house 

The house of Richard Yarnald in Birmingham 
The house of Samuel Dooley in Birmingham 

[This in large, flourishing penmanship. Ed.] 



320 (261). 

Endorsed : Southampton 

[B. Ed.] 

M r Gyles Say of Southampton being of y e Congregationall way humbly 
desireth Acording to his Majest es proclamation of liberty to have a 
Licens to preach in his own house in Southampton 

M r Henry Coxe desireth to have a Licens for to preach at M r John 
Puckuridges House in Rumsey in y e Countie of Southampton, 
he being of y e Congregationall way 

[? Tho: Blood. Ed.] 

320 (262). 

M r Gyles Say of Southampton 



320 (263). 

Endorsed : Lincolne Stafford 

[B. Ed.] 

in Comitat. M r W m Purton Minister 

Staff. to meete at M r John Wades house in Stafford, 

Of y e presbiterian pswation 

M r George Upton Minister in y e County of Sussex & M r William 
Fletcher of y e Citty of Circencester in y e County of Sussex, both of 
y e perswation called Annabaptist desire also the use of a Meeting- 
house scituate in the parish of St. Pancrasse w th out y e Eastgate of 
y e Cittye in y e possession of W m Fletcher 

M r Richard Wale Minister desires a Meeting place at his owne house in 
Pinchbeck neere Ipulpen in y e County of Lincolne Of y e pswation 
called Annabaptist. 



288 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 320 

320 (264). 

Endorsed : Dorset 

[B. Ed.] 

M r William Ben of Dorchester of the Congregationall perswation, at the 
house of M r Philip Stansby in Dorchester in the County of Dorset 
[The same hand as 265, 266 and 143. I.e., Josh: Churchill. Ed.] 



320 (265). 

M r Benjamin Way of Dorchester of the Congregationall perswation for 

the house of M r William Hayden in Dorchester in the County of 

Dorset. 

[The same hand as 264, 265, and 143. I.e., Josh: Churchill. Ed.] 



320 (266). 

M r Philip Lamb of the Congregationall perswation, for his owne house at 
East. Morden in the County of Dorset. 

[The same hand as 264, 265, and 143. I.e., Josh: Churchill. Ed.] 



320 (267). 

Endorsed : Kent 

[B. Ed.] 

James Simonds at M rs Porters at Court lodge in Lamberhurst in Kent 



320 (268). 

M r Kitly his howse in Esex of y e presbiterian perswasion 
M r Kitly for his person 

M r Willis his howse in Esex. presbiterian 
M r Wills person licenced 

The howse of George Locksmith Romford in Essex presbiterian 

The house of William Maskall of Romford Essex presbiterian 

The person of M r Gilson of Burntwood Essex presbiterian & his howse 

The howse of John Maskall of Morris Essex presbiterian 

Henry Lever of Nucastel presbiterian 

Tho Cramton of Toxtel park Lankashire person & howse presbi- 
terian 

A Meeting howse in Toxtel parke Lankashire 
[At back.] 

Meeting house in Kingsland Middlesex presbiterian 

Richard Gilpin of Newcastell presbiterian 

M r Pingell of Newcastell presbiterian 

M r Durrant of Newcastell. congregationall 

M r James Simonds the house lamberhurt in Kent. 

Tho Blood 

820 (260). 

Endorsed : Essex 

M r Barnwell Deaken of Romford, minister. Presbiterian 

meeting place is, 
George Locksmith of Romford In Essex his house 



S. P. T>om. Car. II. 320 289 

M r John Maskalls house of Morris in Essex 

M r William Maskalls howse of Romford for Presbiterions 

M r Kitly Presbiterian minister 

place his owne Howse at Abaryhatch in Essex 
M r Wiston Presbiterion Minister 
M r Erly Presbiterian minister 

place his owne howse in Coyles in Essex 
M r Willis of Burntwood presbiteria' minister His owne Howse. 

[At back.] 
M r Gillson Presbiterion Minister at his howse in Burntwood in Essex 

[Tho: Blood. Ed.] 



320 (270). [At foot : Sourton a teacher.] 

[The actual Licence granted to Francis Sourton for school house at 
Honiton. The form printed : the particulars written in, but neither signed 
nor dated.] 

Charles by the (jrace of Cjod Kjng of England, Scotland, France, and 
Ireland, "Defender of the Faith, &>c. 

To all {Mayors, bailiffs, Constables, and other Our Officers and {Ministers, 
jvil and {Military whom it may concern, (greeting. In pursuance of Our 
declaration of y e 15 {March, 167-J-. We doe hereby permit and license Francis 
urton of y e Presbyterien pswacon to be a Teacher of the Congregation allowed 
Us in the Schole house at theTowne of Honiton in Our County of Devon 
for the Use of such as do not co7iform to the Church of England, who are of the Per- 
vasion commonly called Presbyterien. With further License and permission to him 
\e said Francis Sourton to teach in any other place licensed and allowed by Us, 
wording to Our said Declaration. Given at Our Court at Whitehall, the 
day of in the 2\tb year, of Our 1{eign, 1672. 

c By His {Majesties Command. 
>ourton a teacher 



320 (271). 

M r Benson, 2 th May 1672 

I Left these names & places und r written w lh y u last weeke for 
Lycences which if possible I would have w th me this day 

viz 1 for Swath Hall in Worsperdaile in the County of Yorke 
Item for M r Jeremiah millner. p r sbit r ian att y e Lady Roades house 
It. for M r Josiah Houldsworth Congregationall att Widd. Reyners house 

in Heckmondwicke in Yorksh 1 
It. for Sam 1 Baily Congregationall att his owne house in Morley if y e 

Chapell will not be Granted Yorksh r 
It. for M r John Hobson p r sbiterian & M r Marke Triggott. Con- 
gregationall to teach att Kirksandall Hall in Yorksh r 
It. for M r Rich d Whitehurst of the Congregationall pswasion in West 

Hall in Hatfeild in Yorksh r 
It. for M r Ro l Dickenson Congregationall att his owne house in Fishlake 
Yorksh r 

& now I have sent in p y e dorekeeper for 2 Licences. 

19 



290 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 320 



v;z l 



It. for M r J no. Rooke Congregationall to teach att Westhall in Hat- 

feld in Yorkshire 
I 1 for M r James Abdy p T sbitterian to teach att M r Powells house in the 

Citty of Lincolne 

[The same hand as 187, 203. Ti: Cloudsley. Ed.] 



320 (272). 

Endorsed : Chancy note 

[B. Ed.] 

M r Willi2 Hughes Congregation 11 . For his own house in Marlboro 

Wilts 
For M r Nathan 11 Baily's house in Marlboro for ye meeting of Congre- 

gat 1 Wilts. 
M r Richard Buny of Stoke Baptist for M r John Dozells house in 

Whit-Church in Southto 
May 2. Is. Chancy 



320 (273). 

M' Willi* Hughes for 1 Mar , boro 

his house > Wit 

M r Nathaniell Baily's house ) 

M r Sam 11 Sprint for his house in Upper Clatford in Hampshire 
The Farm house in Newstreet in Andover Hampsh: for Indep or 

presb. 
M r Richard Buny of Stooke for M r John Dozells house in Whit- 
church Hampshire 

[Is. Chancy. Ed.] 



320 (274). 

M r William Hughes Congregational for his house in Marlboro, Wilts 

M r Nathaniel Baily's house for those of y e Congregational pswasion i 

Marlboro Wilts 
M r Sailiuel Sprint Presbiteria for his house in Upp Clatford & or any 

licensed place Hampshire 
The Farm house in New-street in Andover for those of Presbiteria & 

Independent pswasion. Hampshire 
M r Richard Buny of Stoke. Baptist, for M r John Dozells house in 

Whitchurch in Hampshire 



! 



880 (275). 

Endorsed : Chancys note 

[B. Ed.] 

nces desired 
For M r SaAuell Sprint of Up. Clatford, of the Presbiteria pswasion to 
be a teacher at his ow house in Clatf:, Hampshire 



S. P. T>om. Car. II. 320 291 

M r Rich. Buny of Stoke, Baptist to be a teacher at the house of M r John 

Dozel in Whitchurch Hampshire 
The House of M r Richard Ventha in Andover for Independents to meet 

in. Hampshire 
The House of M r Philip Barnard for Presbiterians to meet in Andover 

Hampsh 
The house M r John Sanders for Presbiter : & Independents in Andover : 
Hampshire 

These have been long waited for 

By me 

Is. Chancy 

320 (276). 

M r Sam 11 Sprint of Clatford for his house Hampsh. 

M r Rich d Buny for M r Dozells house in Whitchurch Hampsh. 

M r Richard Ventha's house in Andover Hampsh. 

M r John Saunder's house in Andover Hampsh. 

M r Phil. Barnards house in Andover Hampsh 

[Is. Chancy. Ed.] 



320 (277). 

given in Last Thursday Aprill 25. r d May 2 : 1672 
M r John Thompson to preach at the toleboth or his owne house in 

morpeth in Northumber Land Congregationall 
I desire you to Lett me have it with me this day 

May 2 1672 



320 (278). 

M r Richard Upjohn desireth A Licenc to preach in his dwelling 

House in Weston in y e parish of St. Marys nere Southampton he 

being of y e Congregationall way 
May 2 th 72. Received a Licence for M r Gyles Say and for his House 

in Southampton 

CUTHBERT MAUNS 
[Mauns. Ed. C/., 321 (260).] 



320 (279). 

M r Richard Upjohn desireth a Licence to preach in his owne house in 
Weston in the parish of St. Marys nere Southampton he being of 
y e Congregationall way 
[At back.] 
Stueels in Southampton Buildinge London Post p d 4 d 



320 (280). 

Endorsed : Southampton 

[B. Ed.] 

M r Richard Upjohn a Licence to preach in his owne dwelling House 
at Weston nere Southampton he being of y e Congregationall way 

19 2 



292 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 320 

M r William Houghton desiereth a Licence for his dwelling House in 
Swanwiclc in the Countie of Southampton he being of y e Congre- 
gational! way 



320 (281). 

Received by mee Jo N Hickes May y e 2 d these Licences 
Ralph Vennings 
James Bradshaws. Lancheshire 
James Woods Lanch. 
Edward Par Devon. 
Jo n James Middlesex 
Sam. Deaken of Rumford 
Rich. Giles of Rolvenden Kent 
Joseph Credindon in Rolvendon 
Sam, Stoddon. Devon 
Joane Newndon in Bennenden Kent. 
Nathaneel Haywood Lanch. of Ormeschurch. 
Ambrose Jolly in Wiggon. Lanch. 
Henry Hilton in Henley Lanch. 
John Bradbeech of Dunkeswel Devon. 
Jane Tayl r of Golbourn Lanch. 
Michael Taylour of Pyworthy Devon. 



320 (282). 

Tho: Case of Chiswick this I have 
Jo n Jackson of Brentford 

The house of Ed. Probee in the parish of Chiswick 

Given out 2. May 

[In handwriting of Mr. Benson. Ed.} 



320 (283). 

Reed t his 2 d day of May 1672 of M r Benson 
a licence for M r Tho: Case of Chiswick an 
other for M r John Jackson of Brentford 
& an other for the house of Ed: Probee of Chiswick 

p Edward Probee 



320 (284). 

Addressed at back : M r Benson 
May 2. 72 
Rec d a Licence generall for Matth. Leadbeater of Whitacre in War- 
wickshire & a Licence for M r George Moxon for his House in 
Astbury, Cheshire 

p me 
M. Leadbeaur 



S. P. Dom. Car. II. 320 293 

320 (285). 

Rec d y e 2 d May 1672. of M r Benson 

A Licence fo r M r David Clarkson presb". 
an other alsoe for M r Beamish his house in Mortlake in Surry 

p. Mat: Sheppard 



320 (286). 

May the 2 th 72 
Received then these Lycence here after mentioned 
W m Folkes to Teach in the house of John Clerke in bury an other for 
francis Crow of Oveington to Teach in his owne house an other for 
Rob:'Asty to teach in the house of Susanny Ademsin in Bury an other 
for John Wimburne to preach in the house of Mary Cooke in 
Bury 

I say by mee Received 

I Sam: Balding 

20 (287). 
deceived by mee Walter Payn May y e 2nd 1672 these Licences following 
ohn Balsters teacher Devon 
lumphrey Bawden for his house Devon. 
Jeorge Newton of Taunton Min r Somerset 
Tho: Stone of Taunton for his house. 
Tho. Dawnsy in y e parish of Sheldon Devon. 
o n Blackmores house in y e same parish 
ho: Jolly Min r in Lanchesh. 

for his house in Weymond house in y e hundred of Blackbourn 
ho: Keys Min. in Lanches. 
rancis Norbury, for his house there, 
obert Whittaker for his house in Lancheshire 
n Harwood for his house in Lancheshire. 
ichard Cottham in Lancheshire 
Rich. Sagar. for his house in Lancheshire 

Walter Payne 

[Written by John Hickes. Signed. Ed.] 



320 (288). 

Endorsed : Nottingham, Bucks 

[B. Ed.] 

M r John Barret of the presbiteriane pswasion at M rs Margery Derries 
house of the towne and county of the towne of Nottingham 

M r John Whitlock of the presbiteriane perswasion att M r Thomas 
Luptons house of the towne and County of the towne of Notting- 
ham. 

M r Robert Porter of the perswasion presbiteriane att M r John Walkers 
house of the towne and County of the towne of Nottingham 

M r John Billingsley of the presbiteriane pswasion att the house of 



294 & P- "Dom. Car. II. 320 

Robert Vincent of the towne and County of the towne of 

Nottingham 
M r John Marriott of the presbiteriane pswasion att his house att Aston 

in the County of Bucks 
M r Thomas Rose of the presbiteriane pswasion att his owne house in 

Atbolton in the County of Nottingham 



320 (289). 

Endorsed : Yorkeshire 

[B. Ed.] 

M r Robert Armitage at Lilbery House adjacent to a Towne called 

Holdbeck 
M r W m Hawden at the Whitehouse in Shireburne 



320 (290). 

Endorsed : Devon. 

[B. Ed.] 

John Balster pray's Licence to preach to a people of y e Non Conformity. 
In y e howse belonginge unto M r Humphry Bawden in y e parish of 
Uffculme in y e County of Devon 

p Prowse 



320 (291). 

M r Hugh Glover in Finchingfeild in the County of Esex desires a 

Lycence to preach in the house of Thomas Mortlocke in the same 

Towne who are of the Presbyterien Perswation 



320 (292). 

Endorsed : Somersett 



[B. Ed.] 



[B. Ed.] 



M r Timothy Batt to be Teacher to a people of y e Non-Conformitye of 
the Prisbeterian Judgment, The place of Worship att an old 
howse comonly called or knowne by the Name of the old Court 
howse in Wellington in the County of SonVsett. 

M r George Newton to be Teacher to a people of the Non-Conformitye, 
of the Prisbeterian Judgment ; the places of Worshipp in the 
Towne-hall, Church-howse, and the dwellinge howse of Thomas 
Stone all these places in the Towne of Taunton in the County of 
SonVsett 

M r Benjamin Berry To be Teacher to a people of y e Non-Conformitye 
of the Presbeterian Judgment, the places of Worshipp in the Parish 
Church of Trul (in the tyme of Vacacie) and the Church house 
of the said Parish in the County of SonVsett ; This is desired by 
the Generalise of the pish 



S. P. 7)0 m. Car. II. 320 295 

320 (293). 

Endorsed : To be delivered to M r Nisbet a Gen 1 of Grays Inne 



Yorkshire 

M r John Donkinson Presbyt. 

M r Nicholas Wressel of Barwicke upon Tweed presbyt. 

M r Gilbert Rule Presbyt. 

M r John Denton at Newton in y e parish of Stonegrave. Presbyt. 

Rich. Baker's house in Kingsbridg. Devon, for a Presbyt. Congrega- 
tion. 

[John Hickes. Ed.] 



320 (294). 

Endorsed : Southwark 

[B. Ed.] 

A license is desired 
For M r Stephen Moore independant. 

his Meeting att the house of M r Barnabas Bloxon in Winchester 
yard Southwark. 
For M r Niccollas Balmer his Meetting att Frogmore in the Parrish of 
New Windsor in Barke shire, presbyterien 



320 (295). 

M r Tho: Roswell Gen" teacher 

M r Compton South of Wilts person & place 

M r Groves house meeting place 

M r Sam. Clifford person & place 

Peter Ince: person & place 

John Phipp person & place 

M r Hugh Glover person & place. 

Sam. Series house at Honiton a meeting place. 

M r Phillip Lamb, person & place 

M r Hen. Havers person & place. 

M r Geo. Whitemarsh person & place 

M r Tho: Long, person & place 

M r John Rode, pson & place 

M r Ja: Wise person & place 

W m Hockers house a meeting place near Wadebridg 

Pet. Coles house at honiton. place 

Fairclough teacher 

Sourton teacher 

Tho. Sawrey teacher & place 

Jer. Bains teacher. 

B. Mills teacher. 

Edw. Buckler teacher 

Lazarus Seaman teacher 

Nich. Wressell teach r 

Luke Ogle teacher 

Sammes teacher. 



296 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 320 

W m Haydens house a meeting place in Dorchester 

Ben: Way teacher 

Tho Danson teacher. 

Phillip Stansbys house a meeting-place in Dorchester 

W m Ben teacher & place 

W m Hunt teacher 

meeting place in Marshood the house of John Brice there 
John Alchurch teacher & place 
W m Hawden person & place 
M r Rob 1 Armitage person & place 
Henry Backaller teacher & place 
M r Francis Warham pson & place 

Rec d the aforesaid Licenses 

by me 
Ja: Innes jun 1 



820 (296). 

Endorsed : North Sheeles 

[B. Ed.] 

N: Sheeles May 3 1672 

Sr > 

Havinge seen his Maj ties most gracious declaration of Indulgence 

to tender Consciences, for w<* I am most humbly thankfull, I desire you 

would take upon you y e trouble of procuring a license for a room in y e 

now-dwelling house of Isabell Green in North-Sheeles as allso a room 

in y e now-dwellinge house of Cuthbert Cotesworth in y e Westpans neer 

South Sheeles, for, though unknown, yet herein 

Yo r obliged fr d & serv 1 

John Lomax 

Congregationall 



320 (297). 

Addressed : For M r Benson 
M r Benson, 

you have a paper for M r Saunders to preach to a people in Tiver- 
ton in Devon of y e Presb: Judgm 1 in y e English Schoole howse w ch 
being not pmitted tis desired in y e howse belonginge to M r William 
Wood in ye s d Towne 

yo rs Ri: Prowse 
3 May, 1672 

pray get this signed before y e Kinge goes. 



320 (298). 

Endorsed : Kent. M r Maskalls note. 

[B. Ed.] 

Of y e parish of Chartham In y e County of Kent 
Samuel Hieron Teacher Presbitcrian. 



S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 297 



Their meeting Places, w ch they humbly Beg, are, 
Mistooll House in Chartham 
M r Thomas Mackwick's in Wye 
M r Bunburies in Wye. 
James Vigions in Molash 



in 



Kent. 



R: M. 



Whitehall May ye 3 d 1672. 

[Rob* Mascall. Ed.] 



320 (299). 

May the 3 th 72 
Received then a Lycence for Thomas Goldham to preach in his owne 
house at Bourwash in Susex 

I say Rec d 

pr Sam ll Botley 

Received then a Licence for Josiah Rock to preach in his own house at 
Bole in the County of Nottingham 

I say Rec d 

p Jonathan Tuckney 

Received then a Licence for Jonathan Tuckney to preach in his own 
house at Hackney in the County of Middlesex 

I say Rec d 

p Jonathan Tuckney 






320 (300). 

M r Tho: Ventres) , n , . r> k -, 

M r Ro: Beake j f Canterbur y> Presbitenan 

Their Meeting Place 
M r Ropers Hall in y e parish of St. Dunstans. Cant: 

Given In Munday Apr: 22: 1672. 
Received May y e 3 d 1672 The Licences for ye two minist rs & their 
Meeting Place abovesaid 

p me Rob Mascall 



320 (301). 

May the 3th 72 
Rec d then these Lycences hereafter mentioned 

Robert porter to preach in the house of Rob: Vincent in Notting- 
ham another to John Barret to preach in the house of Margery 
derry in Nottingham & in his owne house at Sanjacar in Darby 
theire another to John Whitelocke to preach in Tho: Luptons 
house in Nottingham another to W m Crosse to preach in his owne 
house at Loughborow, W m Reynolds to preach in Joseph James 
house & John Walkers in Nottingham, to John Mariat to preach 
in his owne house at Aston in Bucks M r Thomas Rosse to preach 
in his owne house at Atboldton in Nottinghamsheir 

I say, by mee Rec d : 

Ro: Blayney. 



298 



S. P. T)om. Car. II. 320 



320 (302). 

3 May 1672 
Rec d a License for M r Samuel Fisher of the Presbiterian perswasion to 
teach in his owne house att Birmingham 

Ro: Blayney. 



320 (303). 

4th of May 1672 
Rec d by me Tim. Cloudsley the Licences here after mentioned viz 1 
Robert Dickenson 

Christo: Nesse Marke trigatt 

Rich d Whitehurst Luke Clayton 

Josiah Houldsworth John Hobson 

Jeremiah Millner Samuel Bayly 

Tim Cloudsley 



320 (304). 

Endorsed : Norfolk 

Buckmaster. 



[B. Ed.] 



Deare S r , 

M r Buckmaster haveing let us know his Interest in yo u hath 
Encouraged us to give yo u this trouble. Beseeching yo u to oblige us so 
far, as to wait uppon S r Joseph Williamson, Begging of him Our Share 
in his Ma ties gracious indulgence, declared in his Declaracon of the 
15 March 167J, and that M r Daniel Buckmaster Minister of the Gospell, 
may bee licensed as a teacher to us and Divers others, in whose Names 
wee interest yo u . in a roome in the house of Robert Kipping in Thar- 
son, as also in a roome in the house of Robert Juby in Tibnam, in the 
County of Norfolke, or in any Other Licensed place, wee also further 
begg of yo 11 that Both in our and our Brethrens Names yo u would let 
S r Joseph Williamson know that wee can better Conceive, then Express 
our high sense of His Ma ties Act of grace in it and that the Onely 
reason why we say litle on that subject, is Because wee know not how 
to speake Enough, But shall Indeavour to live the rest in a true 
and sincere Indeavour in our places to Shew our Selves His Ma tis 
Most Loyall and Obliged Subjects ; which wee take to Bee a piece oi 
our Gospell Conversation 

Thus S r Commending y u to God wee rest : 



NorfFolke, May 4 th 1672 

I doe humbly agree with my 
Brethren in their acknowledgm* of 
His Ma 1 * Grace & Begging my 
Share in it. 

Daniel Buckmaster 



Y r Obliged frinds & Serv ts 



Rob 1 Kipping 
John: Heath 
James Cobb 
Joseph Porie 
John: Porie 
Rob 1 Juby: 
Hen: Greene 



S. P. TDom. Car. II. 320 



299 



320 (305). 

Endorsed : D r Bryon. Coven (try). 



[SirJ.W. Ed.] 



Cittie of Coventry. 
These are to certifie, that the house of Robert Hayward in our Cittie 
in a certaine street called West orchard (Adjoyneing to a certaine hall 
where the Taners keepe their lether market called Lether hall) is a dis- 
tinct tenure from the hall & noe part thereof, And in the house of the 
sayd Robert is a Chamber in which the shoomakers sume time of the 
yeare convene, & have theire private feast, The passage into the Chamber 
is by the Hall, but not into, or thorough any part of it. And that it 
was neither Intended by D r Bryon or any of his congregation, not soe 
much as to come unto the Hall, or make use of any part thereof, this 
wee certifie for truth Witnes o r hands this fourth day of May 1672. 
Ab. Owen 



Thomas Flint 
Ed: Carter 
John Hassard 
Hu: Capell 
Tho: Dyke 
Charles Winterton 
Simon Lucas 
Rich. Phillips 



Richard Hunt 
John Hunt 
John Winterton 
Rich Webster 
William hunt 
Samuell Lawton 
John Hayward 



! 



320 (306). 

Endorsed : Wakefield 



[B. Ed.] 



M r Joshua Kirby min r of the Presbyterian psuasion prayes a License to 
preach in his owne dwellinge house in Wakefield in Yorkshire, or 
any other place soe Lycensed 
May 5* 72. John Clayton 



320 (307). 

Receiv'd by mee Jo N Hickes May 5 th 1672 

Licences for 
James Fishers f>son 
James Fishers house 
John Prior in Gorings-lee in Shipley 
John Buckley teacher, in y e same place. 



STATE PAPERS. DOMESTIC. 
CHARLES II. 321 

321 (1). 

Endorsed : Indulgence. Over Compton, Dorsett. 6 May 72 

[B. Ed.] 

To the Kings Most Excellent Matye 

The humble petition of the persons whose names are subscribed in 
behalfe of themselves, and the rest of their Congregation, 
Sheweth 

That your Matys humble petitioners doe withall thankefullness 
and humilitye acknowledge and accept your Matys Grace and Favour 
mentioned and expressed in your late Declaration for the Libertye of 
Tender Consciences ; And in pursuance thereof doe humbly desire a 
Licence for M r Robert Bartlet, our Pastor of the Congregationall 
persuasion to Exercise his Ministeriall Function at the house of James 
Hanne scituate in Over Compton in the Countye of Dorset, The said 
Hanne one of the petitioners subscribing and consenting thereunto, or 
els where if he can get leave and opportunitye And your Petitioners 
shall pray for your Matyes Long and Prosperous Raigne, 

James Hafie 
Matthew Dowdale 
Robert Bartlet W Markes 

Robert Arnold 



321 (2). 

Endorsed : Indulgence. Taunton Somersett 6 May 72. 



To the Kinges Most Excellent Majesty. 

The humble peticon of the psons whose names are subscribed 
Inhabitants of the Towne and pish of Taunton St. Mary Magdalene 
in the County of Som r set on the behalfe of themselves and others. 
May itt please yo r most Excellent Ma tie 

Yo r peticon r s humbly and thankfully acknowledge yo r Ma ties abun- 
dant grace and favour toward them in yo r princly Clemency & Indulgence 
expressed in yo r declaracon of the 1 5th of March last past And to the 
end they may ptake of the Benefitt thereof 

Yo r peti< <m's humbly pray that George Newton Clerke M r of Arts 
of the presbiterean way may be Licensed to preach to the presbitenan 
Congregacon in the Towne-hall, Church-House, and the dwcllinge- 



S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 301 

house of Thomas Stone in the said Towne or any other place allowed 
by yo r Ma tie And yo r peticon r s (as in duty bound) shall pray &c 
Autograph signatures. 

Willi: Gill Edw: Rosseter 

John Ford Tho: Gumidge 

John Satchell Sim Hamsen 

Tho: Grove Tho Stone 

John Hucker W. Marshall 



321 (3). 

Endorsed : Indulgence Loterford Somersett 6 May 72. 



[B. Ed.] 



To y e Kings most Excellent Matye 

The humble petition of y e persons whose names are subscribed in y e 
behaife of themselves and y e rest of their congregation, 
Sheweth 

That your Matyes humble petitioners with all thankefullness and 
humilitye acknowledge your Matys grace and Favour Vouchsafed unto 
them and others, in your Matys late Declaration for y e Libertye of 
Tender consciences : the End of which as they shalbee carefull not To 
abuse, soe in pursuance thereof They humbly desire your Matyes Licence 
For M r George Pearce, our pastor, of y e congregaonall perswasion, To 
exercise his Ministerial! function at Edward Suttons house at Lotterford 
in y e Parish of North Cheriton and Countye of Somerset, the said 
Sutton being consenting thereunto, or elswhere if he can get leave 
and opportunitye ; and your petitioners as in Dutye bound shall pray for 
your Matys long and prosperous Raigne over them 

George W m Leman 

Pearce Nath: James 

Thomas Abbot 
Francis Willoughbye 



321 (4). 

Endorsed : M r Mascalls note Islington. 



[B. Ed.] 



Of y e Parish of Islington in y e County of Middlesex. 
M r Samuel Lee, Teacher. 

1. The dwelling House of y e sd: M r Sam: Lee on Newington Green 

in ye said Parish of Islington 

2. The dweling House of M r Barker there. 

3. The dweling House of M r George Thwing there. And if it may 

be they desire these words may be added [or any other dwelling 
House there] 
White Hall. May y e 6 th 1672. 
Given In then 

p R:M. 
From Maio r Ro: Thomson 



302 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 321 

821 (5). 

Endorsed : M r Stccles note 

[B. Ed.] 

A license for 
M r John Bryan Presbyt. for his house in Salop. 
M r Andrew Barnet Presbyt for his house in Asbury parish 

Cheshire 
For the house of M r John Hughes in Wrexham Denbighsh. 

For Presbyt. 
For y e House of M rs Jane Machin in Stoke parish in Staffordshire : 

for Presbyt. 
May 6. M r Steele. 

[B. Ed.] 



321 (6). 

M r Jo. Bryan a generall license Presbyt. 

A license for y e house of M r Charles Doughty in Salop. Presbyt. 
M r And. Barnet Presbyt. & for his house in Astbury parish Cheshire 
A license for y e house of M r John Hughes of Wrexham Denbighshire 
A license for y e house of M rs Jane Machin in Stoke parish Staffordshire 
for Presbyt. 

[Richard Steele. Ed.] 



321 (7). 

n j j Woodcock) 
Endorsed: & Wolleys | note 

[B. Ed.] 

M r Thomas Forde of *| 

Hornington in Com: J- Presbiterian Perswasion 
Stafforde J 
In the house of M r Richard Clarke of Burton on Trent in y e County 
of Stafford afforesayd. 

Hen. Woodcox 
William Smith att his owne ] 

dwellinge house att Dise worth I Presbiterian 
Grange in y e County off Leister ) 

William Woolley 
Ferdinand Poole off Loughborrow in \ 

y e County off Leister att the House off I Presbiterian 
William Hardmeale in Loughborrow ) 

William Woolley 
ye 6th May 1672 






321 (8). 

M r Benson, 

Pray doe me the favour to see whether there bee any Licenses for 
the persons underneath, the notes were given in a weeke since 
M r Samuel Smith of Hereford junior 






aS". P. TDom. Car. II. 321 303 

M r Samuel Foanes of East Bargholt in SufFolke 
M r Samuel Backleder of the same place 
M r Richard More of the same place 

[Another hand.] 

Given out May 6. 72 

[B. Ed.] 



321 (9). 

Endorsed : Hereford Lydes note. 



[B. Ed.] 



A License is desir'd for the house of M r Thomas Seaborne of the 

Presbyt perswasion in the City of Hereford 
A Licence is desir'd for the house of M r George Primerose Presb: in 

Tedstone-Delamere in the county of Hereford 
A License is desird for Samuel Smith junior of Hereford Presb: 
A License for Henry Vaughan Presb: of London 

to be cald for by 
May 6 th : 72: Nehemiah Lyde 



321 (10). 

A License is desir'd for the house of George Primerose in Tidston 

Delamere in the county of Hereford 
A License is desir'd for the house of Thomas Seaborne in the Citty of 

Hereford 

Nehemiah Lyde 



321 (11). 

The house of M r William Venner in Chittle Hampton parish in 
Devon for a Presbyt: congregation 

John Hickes. 

M r Obadiah Wills teacher at y e Devizes in y e County of Wilts. 

M r John Freeme his house in y e same County for a Congregationall 

Assembly. 
M r Frayling teacher at ye house of M r Edward Hope the younger in 

the same Town & County. 
M r Stephen Coven in Grub-Street in Cripple Gate parish. Lond. 

all Independ 1 . 
May y e 6 th 72 John Hickes 

A house of Anthony Budds in y e East end of greate Torrington 

Devon, for Presbyt. & Independ. 
Andrew Lakes house in a village called Foord in y e parish call'd 

Chevelstone Devon, for a presbyt. Congr. 
James Moyls house of Stratton in Cornwall 
John Shepheards house of Bridgrule Cornwall 
Mark Facy his house of Bridgrule in Devon. 
Samuel Mayne of Holsworthy in Devon all for Presbyt. Congr: 
[At back.] 

Devon. Cornwall Mr. Hickes note 

[B. Ed.] 



304 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 321 

Benjamin Perkins teacher in Wokingham Barkshire 

Benjamin Perkins his house in y e same place 

Alice Haw her house in y e same place. 

Tho: Martyn of Plymouth his house for a Presbyterian Congreg: 

[John Hickes. Ed.] 

321 (12). 

Endorsed : Eastcheap, London 

[B. Ed.] 

Received a Lycence for the house of James March In the parish of St. 
Clements Eastcheape 

by mee 
Maie the 6* h 1672 James March 



321 (13). 

Lycences 
For a Meeteing Place at Cogges hall in Essex at W m Grove his house 
Meeteing Place att M r Hill house in Chesha Streete in Hartford- 

shyre 
Lycence to M r Jn Yates Congregationall way and to meete att M r 

Prittman's in Theobalds 
M r Tho: Wodsworth Presbyterian at y e same house 
M r Fowler Congregationall att M r Polhyns house att Chesham 
Thomas Millway, Congregationall att Widdow Heaths house att 

Preston in Hartfordshyre. 

Rec d this 6 May 1672 these Lycences by mee 

Jn Cressett 
They will bee all 

left w th Doctor Owen 



321 (14). 

A Licence 
for M r Benjamin Berrey non conformist of the Presbiterian pswacon to 

preach to the congregacon in the house of Abraham Sealy in the 

pish of Trull in Somsett 
a Licence for the houses of Abraham Sealy and Francis Stickland in the 

pish of Trull in Somersett for those to meete of the Presbiterian 

pswacon 
A licence for M r John Musgrave non conformist of the Presbiterian 

pswacon to preach in any place allowed by his Ma tie lives in the 

pish of St. James in Somsett 
May 7 72. To be called for by 

Thomas Stone 



321 (15). 

Endorsed : Dans note 

[B. Ed.] 

May 7 th 72 
Samuel Cotes of the Presbyterian Perswasion, for Wath-hall House upon 
Derne in Yorkshire, and for any licenced place. 



S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 305 

Joseph Moore, of the Presbyterian Perswasion, for a Roome or Roomes 
where he lives in Hopton in Darbyshire, and j for any licenced 
Place. 

Henry Dent, of Salsbury, Wilts, ) of the p resbyterian p erswasiori) for 

any licenced Place onely. 



Simon Barret, of Lamborne 
Woodlands in Barkshire 



To be called for by M r Dan. 

[Joseph Steele. Ed.] 



321 (16). 

Endorsed : Leighs note. Cristow. 



A Generall Licence is desired for John Hopping of Christow in the 
County of Devon Clerke being of the Presbiterian Pswasion 

to be call'd for 
70 May 1672 . p Jo: Leigh. 



321 (17). 

M r Robert Blunt desires A licence in the Tolbooth of Alnwick if itt 
may be granted, if nott for his owne house there, he was formerlie 
Minist r Att Kirkhoull 

[The mem. quite a different hand from 320 (171 and 172). Ed.] 

M r Vernon 7 May 72 

[B. Ed.] 

321 (18). 

Endorsed : Donnes note. Huntingdon 

[B. Ed.] 

William Donn of Oldweston, In Huntingdonshire of the Presbyterian 
Persuasion, humbly desires a generall Lycence to preach the 
Gospell. 

To be called for by 
May 7 th John Donn 

321 (19). 

Endorsed : Ford's note. Sussex 

[B. Ed.] 

Deare ffreind T 

Lewes 

The back house of M r Tho: Fissenden the person M r John Crouch 
the younger of Lewes, Congregationall Sussex 
Haylsham. 
The house of M r John Lover in Lewes in Sussex the person M r John 

Lover congregationall Sussex 
M r John Wakely of Thorncomb of y e presbyterian perswasion in 
Devon 

To be calld for by mee 

Stephen Ford 
May 7th 

20 



3o6 S. P. T>o?n. Car. II. 321 

321 (20). 

Mr John Hodder Presb. 

his own house in Thorncombe Devon 

a house belonging to Tho: Moore Esq r in Hawkchurch in Dorcett 
M r Henry Backaller of Wotton fitz-paine. Dorsett Presb. 
the house of M rs Sarah Keridg there. 

a house belonging to M r Edw: Marks at Broad Windsor in 
Dorsett. 
M r John Keridg of Lime Presb. a Gen 11 teacher Presb. 
M r James Ously of Wotton Fitz-Paine Presb. his own house there, 
the house of M r Bernard Dwight at Culliton in Devon, 
a meeting place for Presbiterians 
M r John Langdale Presb. his house at Crickett in Somersett 

the house of John Webber (called Thorn) in Membury 
in Devon, for Presbiterians. 
M r Tho. Craine of Beaminster in Dorsett Presb. a Gen 11 teacher. 
M r John Gill of Hawchurch in Dorsett Presb. 

his owne house there. 
M r Timothy Sacheverill Presb. 

his own house in Winterburn Zelston, Dorsett 
M r Tho: Roe of Wimburn in Dorsett Presb. his house there. 
[In margin.] 

To be fill'd up for Ja. Inness jun r . 



[Back.] 
M r W m Samson of Thorncombe in Devon Presb. 

a large roome in the midst of the street, at Chard in Somersett, 

belonging to M r W Atkins, M r Nath: Pitts & others. 
M r John White of Morden in Dorsett a Gen 11 teacher. Presb: 
M r Henry Martin Presb. his house at Tarrant Muncton Dorsett 
M r W m Gilbert his house in Bothen Wood Dorsett 
M r Tho s Gregg Presb a house in Hardshaw within Windle built 

by the people, called Ellins Chappell not consecrated. 
M r John Rogers of Yorkshire Presb. a Gen 11 teacher 
M r John Harvey Presb 

the house of M r John Franckland at Preston in Lancaster. 
M r John Tuchin of Foy in Cornwall a Gen 11 teacher 
M r Joshua Kirby Presb. his own house Wakefeild 
M r Rob 1 Bath Presb. of Rachdale Lane. 

a house called Underwood in y l parish. 

The Shoole house at Leeds in Yorkshire. 
M r Christopher Richardson. Congreg: 
M r W 1 " Cottons house in Denby in Yorkshire 

[Margin.|| 
M r Nathan Denton. Congreg: 

the house of M r Silvanus Rich near Penistone in Yorkshire. 
M r Richard Taylour Congreg: 

M r John Wadsworth's house at Swaith in Yorkshire 






S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 



307 



M r Zachary Taylour of Rachdale Presb 

a Gentlemans house called Bickerstaffe hall there 

M r James Abdy Presb M r Powells house in Lincoln. 

The house of M r Rob 1 Rouse at Tolvan in the parish of Landriach 
in Cornwall. 

[Ja: Inness jun". Ed.] 



321 (21). 

Thomas Gregg. Presb. a meeting house in Hardshaw within Windle 

(called Ellins Chappell) never consecrated. 
John Rogers Presb. of Lartington Yorkshire a Gen 11 teacher 
John Harvey Presb: the house of John Franckland at Preston in 

Lancaster 
Tho: Whitehead Presb. the house of John Garnett in Kendall, 
Cumberland 

/ The Schoolehouse of Barwick for presb. 
The Talbooth at the town house at Barwick 
the house of Geo: Leigh in Farn worth 
the house of James Wood at Chewbent in Lancaster, 
another meeting place built by the inhabitants of that 
towne, in the towne aforesaid for Presbiterians to 
meet in. 
a dwelling house called Bickerstaff hall in the parish of 

Rachdale in Lancaster, for Presbiterians. 
the house of John Hulatt in Salisbury. Presb. 
the house of John West at Durington Wilts. Presb. 
the house of John Dew in Abingdon Berks. Presb. 
the house of Katherine Peck in Abingdon Berks, 
the house of Coll. John Rouse in Tolvans in the parish 

of Landrick in Cornwall. Presb. 
the house of W m Ball in y e parish of St. Mary Somer- 

sett London 
the house of Daniell Andrews Esq r in the parish of low 
Layton in Essex. Presb. 



Meeting 

places 

for 

Presbiterian 

Ministers 

who have 

taken 

out Licenses 

for their 

persons 

already 



[At back.] 
John Oatfeild 
Luke Cranwell 



Presb. the house of Thomas Sleigh in Darby. 
Presb. the house of Sam: Warde in Darby. 
These are desired to be filld up for James Innes jun r 



321 (22). 
Endorsed 



Indulgence. 



Parish of Oldham. May 8. 



[B. Ed.] 



To the Kings most Excellent Mai tie . 
The humble petition of Seurall of the Inhabitants of the parish of 
Oldham in the Countie of Lancaster on behalfe of themselves and 
others 
humbly Sheweth 

That wee doe withall Humble gratefullnesse acknowledge yo r 
Mai ties Grace and favour to be expressed in yo r Late Declaration of 
March i^: 167J wherein you are gratiously pleased to declare that you 

20 2 



308 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 321 

will from tyme to tyme Allow a Sufficient Number of places, as they 
shalbee desired in all parts of this Kingdome for the use of such as doe 
not Conforme to the Church of England to meet and assemble in: In 
order to theire publique Worship and Devotion And will Approve 
teachers for such Congregations Suspendinge the execution of all 
penall Lawes in matters Ecclesiasticall against them. 

In pursuance whereof wee doe with all Humilitie present this our 
petition to yo r dread Mai tie That you woulde gratiously please to Allow 
a Barne belonginge to Robte Wylde of Heaside standinge and beinge 
att Heaside aforesaid in the said parish of Oldham: for the place of yo r 
Humble petition" and others assembleing in order to theire publique 
Worship and Devotion: And That Robte Constantine M r in Arts : of 
the Presbiterian perswasion and formerly Minister of Oldham aforesaid 
may bee Approved and Lycenced to Exe r cise his Ministeriall Function 
there : Wherein yo r Mai tie will Lay A new obligation upon yo r 
petition's Continually to pray for yo r Mai Ucs Long and prosperous 
Raigne 

James Buckley 
James Scoffell 
Tho. Gheetam 
Samuell Chetham 
Myles Greave 
James Wylde 
Thomas Wylde 
Robert Wylde 
Hen: Wylde 
[Apparently written by the first subscribed (James Buckley). Ed.] 



321 (23). 

To the Kings most Exellent Maj tie 

The humble petition of several off the Inhabitans of the parish of 
Oldham in the Countie of Lantaster on the behalfe off themselves 
and others. 

Humbly Sheweth. 

That wee doe withall humble gratefullness acknowledge your Maj ties 
grace and favour to us expressed in your late declaration of March 15 th 
167^ wherein you are gratiously pleased to declare that you will from 
tvme to tyme allow a sufficient number of places, as they shall bee 
desired in all parts of this Kingdome For the use of such as doe not 
conforme to the Church of England to meet and assemble in. In order 
to theire publique Worship and devotion, and will approve teatchers For 
such congregations, suspendinge the execution off all penall Lawes in 
matters Ecclesiastical against them. In pursuance thereoff wee doe 
withall humilitie present this our petition to your dread Maj tie that you 
would gratiously please to allow a Barne belonginge to Roote Wylde of 
Heaside, standing and beinge att Heaside a ffore said in the said parish 
off Oldham. For the place of your humble petitioners and others asscm- 
blinge in order to theire publique Worship and devotion. And that 
Robte Constantine M r in Arts off the presbiterian persuasion and 






S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 309 

fformely Minister of Oldham a ffore said, may bee approved and licenced 

to exercise his Ministeriall ffunction there. Wherein your May tie will 

lay a new obligation upon your petitioners continualy to pray ffor your 

May ties long and prosperous Raigne. 

[In a very clear, regular hand, but different from 320 (22), and not 
by any of the Whitehall officials. Ed.] 



321 (24). 

[Quite a clear, flourishing hand.] 
Good Brother 

I intreat you to gett out licenses (according to y e Instruccons 
following) viz* 

For a congregacon in y e Citie of Coventry, of y e way, comonly called 

Congregational 
Teachers. M' Abel Collyer & M r Tho: Buxton. 
Places, a Room, or Room's in y e Howses of 
M r John Crichlowe 
M r John Boun. 
M r Richard Cranwell. 

Mr Wm Wilcox. 

I left ye Instruccons with M r Benson (by S r Joseph Williamson's 
direction) who appointed mee to attend for y e Licenses on Sat. next. 

Yo r lov: broth r 
JB 
May 8 1672. 

[The same hand as 25. Ed.] 



321 (25). 

Endorsed : Coventry. 

[B. Ed.] 

His Majesty's gracious license is humbly desired for a Congregation in 

the Citie of Coventry of the way coinonly called Congregational. 
Places desired a Roome, or roomes in y e Howses of 
M r John Chrichlowe 
M r John Boun. 
M r Rich. Cranwell. 
M r W m Wilcox. 
Teachers -M r Abel Collyer & M r Thomas Buxton 

[The same hand as 24. Ed.] 



321 (26). 

Endorsed : Hodder's note. 

[B. Ed.] 

A Licence ffor M r Robte Pinny of Chard parish. Presb: Som'st. 

A Licence ffor M r Edward Dammer of Dorchester. Cong: 

A Licence ffor the house of M* Dorothy Chaplain in Trinity pish in 

Wareham Dors 1 . Presb: 
A Licence ffor M r James Hallett of Winterbourne Kingston Dors 1 

Presb: 



310 S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 

A Licence ffor the house of M rs Woolfrey in Winterbourne Kingston 

for Presb: 
A License for the house of M r John Darner in Cerne, Dors 1 ffor a 
meeting, for those of y e Presb: 

Desir'd by mee 

John Hodder 

May ye 8 th 
821 (27). 

Endorsed : Essex 

[B. Ed.] 

Thomas Gilson: M.A: & Prebyter & formerly Rector of Little Baddew 

in Essex. 
Desires a License to preach in his owne house att Brentwood, in 
M r Reeves house att Childerditch, in M r Harris his house att 
Stenvills in Margarett Inn parish and in M r Harroodes in Little 
Baddew 

ffor those of the Prebyteriall gswasion : 
May 8: 1672 : 

To be called ffor by William Mascall of Romford: 

[M r Mascall 's handwriting (?). Ed.] 



321 (28) 

Fran: Holcroft in the howse of Job Hall in Bridge-Street in Cambridge, 
a Congregational Teacher 8 May 72 

[B. Ed.] 

821 (29). 

Endorsed : M r Hickes note. Cornwall, London. 

[B. Ed.] 

M r Cuttlers house neare Limestreet in London, for a Presbyt. Congr. 
Trinity house in Greasebrook in the parish of Rotherham in York: 
belonging to y e Earl of Strafford, for a Presbyt. Congr. 
M r Roger Flamank of Guendron in Cornwall teacher Presbyt. his 
house y* place 

Jo N Hickes 
May y* 8^ 1672 

Adam Pearse his house in Exon. Anabap*. 



321 (30). 

To the Kings most excellent Ma tie 
Most gracious Sougne 

We yo r Loyall subiects and humble Pet r who have subscribed o r 
names (haveinge seene yo r Mat><* late Royall Declaracon, and therein 
acknowledging* yo r Ma tU Royall grace and favour to us Doe humbly 
begg that yo r Ma ti8 would bee pleased to graunt unto Jeremiah French 
a Minister of the Gospell of Presbyterian psuasion yo r Ma 1 " s Licem 
bin to preach the Gospell to us and others att the Court Baron house 
att Bradford Abbas in the County of Dorsett, accordinge as yo r M;i 1 "' 






S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 311 

hath bcene pleased graciously to offer unto us and others in yo r sayd 
Ma ties Royal declaration And wee yo r Ma ties subiects and Peticon" as in 
duty bound shall ever Pray for yo r Ma ties Longe and prosperous Reigne 
over us. 
[Autograph signatures.] 

Jeremiah French 
John Ryall 
W m Arnold 
John Hart 
Edward Penney 

The place above menconed is M r French, the peconer his owne house ; 
in that or in any outhouse and building thereunto belonging, they 
being all his owne 

[In another hand than that of the Petition. Ed.] 



321 (81). 

Endorsed : not appr. 



[B. Ed.] 



Benjamin Bowyer Minister 

The Meeting place in Chatham in the County of Kent Employed 
for that use for these twelve yeares last past late belonging to M r 
Tho: Arkenstall and by him bequeathed unto Elizabeth & 
Rebecca Morecock 

>amuel Loveday & Randal Roper Ministers 

The meeting place wholy employed for that use scituate in East 
Smithfield in the County of Midd. belonging to M r Edw: 
Whiston 



331 (32). 

Benjamin Bowyer of Chattham minister of a Congregation of Baptists in 

the said towne meeting at the house of . . . Morecock 
Samuel Loveday minister meeting in A common meeting place in East 

Smithfield belonging to M r Edw: Whiston County of Middlesex. 



321 (33). 

Benjamin Bowyer Minister of a Congregation of the Baptists 

The meeting Scituate in Chatham in the County of Kent belonging 
to Rebecca Morecock 



321 (34). 

Samuel Loveday minister of a Congregation of Baptists meeting at a 
Common meeting place in East Smithfield in the County of Middle- 
sex belonging Unto Edward Whiston 



312 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 321 

321 (35). 

Endorsed : Cardigan, Carmarthen 

[B. Ed.] 



Lycenses are humbly Desired By 
M r Jenkin Jones (congregational) to preach in his owne house in 

Kilgerran penbroke shire. 
M r James Davies (Congregational) for his owne house in Cardigan and 
for y house of M r John James of Kenarth in Carmarthen shire. 



321 (36). 

Endorsed : Somersett, Dorsett, Bradleys note. 

[B. Ed.] 

A Licence is desired for M r Robert Bartlet, of the Congregationall 
psuasion, to preach in the house of James Hanne, scituate in Over 
Compton in the Countye of Dorset 

Another is desired for M r Jeremiah French (of the Presbyterian psuasion), 
to preach in his owne house, called the Court baron house at Brad- 
ford Abbas in the Countye of Dorset. 

Another is desired for M r George Pearce oi the congregationall 
psuation, to preach in the house of Edward Sutton at Lotterford 
in the parish of North cheriton in the Countye of Somerset. 

M r Bradbye or M r John Warr will call for these Licenses. 



821 37). 

Endorsed : Somersett Paynes note 

[B. Ed.] 

M r Timothy Batt to be Teacher to a Congregacon of the Presbeterian 
Judgment, The places for Worshipp John Norman's house in Wel- 
lington cald Old Courthowse and alsoe the howse of Daniell Lock 
both in the s d Parish of Wellington in the Countye of Som r sett. 
M r George Bindon to be a Teacher to a Congregacon of the Presbe- 
terian Judgment the places for Worshipp Nicholas Stook's howse 
of the Parish of Culmstock in the County of Devon and alsoe 
M r Edward Searls howse in the same pish and County : 
M r John Baker of the Presbeterian Judgment prayes a Lycence to preach 
in any place allowed by His Majestie for Nonconformist to preach 
in ; he beinge not yett made Choyce of to preach to any pticuler 
Congregacon 
M r Thomas Safford to be Teacher to a Congregacon of the noncon- 
formitie of the Presbeterian Judgment The places of worshipp the 
howse of Richard Gillinge and Hannah Safford widdow in the 
Parish of Bicknaller in the County of Som r sett 
M r James Strongc to be Teacher to a Congregacon of the Noncon- 
litie of the Presbeterian Judgment, The places of Worshipp, 
the howse of John Mayne, & Robert Carter in the Parishes of 
Broadway and Ash ill in the Countye of Som r sett & the how 
Dorcas Standerwick of White Lackington in the aforesaid Countye 



S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 313 

M r Thomas Marshall, to be Teacher to a Congregacon of the Noncon- 
formitie of the Presbeterian Judgment, the places for Worshipp, the 
howse of Joseph Holmes att Broad-lanes-end and the howse of 
Thomas Marshall both in the Parish & Towne of Ilminster in the 
County of Som r stt 

[Walter Payne. Ed.] 



321 (38). 

M r George Bindon to be Teacher to a people of the Nonconformitie of 
the Presbeterian Judgment the Places of Worship, the howses of 
Nicholas Stooke and M r Edward Searle both in the parish of Culm- 
stock in the County of Devon. 

M r John Baker a Teacher of the Nonconformitie of the Presbeterian 
Judgment, a Lycence for him to preach in his owne howse in the 
parish of Curry-Mallet in the County of Som r sett or any other 
Lycenced place. 

A Lycence for the howse of Thomas Warren in the parish of Otterford 
in the County of Somersett to be a Meetinge place for Worshipp for 
those of the Nonconformitie to meet in. 

A Lycence for the Howse of Robert Batt in the Towne of Chard in the 
County of Som r sett to be a place for Worshipp for the Noncon- 
formitie of the Presbeterian Judgment to meet in : 

p Payne. [Walter Payne. Ed.] 






321 (39). 

[Fragment.] 

Devon M r Bindon Teacher 

Nicholas Stookes house 
Ed. Searles house 

M r Baker & his house 

M r Warren's house 

Rob* Batts house 



321 (40). 

Endorsed : Somerset, Devon 

[B. Ed.] 

It is prayed a Lycence to be Graunted for the howse of John Hucker 
in the Towne of Taunton in the County of Som r sett to be allowed 
for those of the Nonconformitie of y e Presbeterian judgm 1 to 
Meet & Assemble in for Worship 

It is prayed a Lycence to be Graunted for the howse of Edward Ros- 
seter in the Towne of Taunton in the Countye of Som r sett to be 
allowed for those of the Nonconformitie of y e Presbeterian Judg- 
ment to meet and assemble in for Worship 

It is prayed a Lycence to be graunted for the howse of Thomas Warren 
in the Parish of Otterford in the County of Somersett to be allowed 
for those of the Nonconformitie of y e Presbeterian Judgment to 
meet & assemble in for Worshipp: 



314 S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 

[In margin] 
given out 

[B. Ed.] 
It is prayed a Lycence to be graunted for the howse of John Bradbeare 
in the pish of Dunkeswell in the County of Devon to be allowed 
for those of y e Nonconformitie of the Presbeterian Judgment to 
Meet & assemble in for Worshipp: 

[Walter Payne. Ed.] 



821 (41). 

M r George Newton to be Teacher to a Congregacon of y e Presbeterian 
Judgment In the Towne of Taunton in the Countye of Soniersett, 
The places of Worshipp, The howse of Thomas Stone, John 
Hucker, and Edward Rosseter all within the said Towne of 
Taunton in the said County of Som r sett 
or in any other place allowed 
by his Majestie : 

[Walter Payne. Ed.] 



321 (42). 

Endorsed : Somersett 

[B. Ed.] 

Lycences for M r Payne who doth solicite for these psons Under 
Named : 
M r George Newton of Taunton to be added in his Licence the 
howses of M r John Hucker & M r Edward Rosseter in Taunton 
Som r sett : 
M r Thomas Dunsy 
M r Tymothy Batt 
M r George Bindon 
Mr John Baker 
M r Thomas Safford 
M r James Stronge 
M r Thomas Marshall 
M r Gabriell Sanger 

[Walter Payne. Ed.] 



321 (43). 

Endorsed : Chichester. Howards note. 




[B. Ed.] 



[In margin.] 

In comitaf Susex. 

Rich: Garrett Clcrke Minister of a Congregacon of y e Persuasion 

cofiionly called Independent, 
To mecte att y house of Nich: Brewer Cloathier in ye Towne of 

Miilhurst. 
[In margin.] 

Jn Comitat pr.id. 
Sam. Marner Minister of an Independent Congregacon to meete att y c 

house of Thomas Watersfeild in ArundclL 



: 



S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 315 

[In margin.] 

Comit praed: 
M r W m Fletcher of y e Citty of Chichester, & 
M r Upton of y e Manhood neere Chichester, 

Both Ministers of a Congregacon of y e persuasion comonly called Ana- 
baptist 
To meete att y e house of M r Fletcher w th out the East Gate of y e said 
Citty of Chichester in the prish of St. Pan Crosse. 



51 (44). 

Endorsed : Sussex 

\B. Ed.] 

.ichard Garrett Ct: Teacher of a people called Congregationall, meet- 
inge att y e house of Nich: Brewer Cloathier in y e Towne of Mid- 
hurst in Comitat Sussex 

imuell Marner Teacher of a people called Congregationall meeteinge 
att y e house of Tho: Watersfeild in Arundell in Comit praed: 



!1 (45). 

Endorsed : Kent [B. Ed.] 

[ r Charles Niccolls of Adesham in Kent of the Congregationall per- 
swasion a license for his owne house in Adesham, another att 
M r Collett's Key in Sandwich, & a Roome or Roomes in a house 
called the Chequer in Ashe in Kent. 







321 (46). 

Endorsed : Sussex Moxham 

[B. Ed.] 



oseph Osbourne of Heathfield. desires a place at y e House of John Fry- 
land in Bredhampton in the County of Sussex, being of an Inde- 
pendant perswasion. 
William Wallis of Eastdeane. desires a place at the House of S r John 
Stapley in How in y e County of Sussex, being of a presbiterian 
pswasion. John Moxham 

321 (47). 

Endorsed : Cambridge 

[B. Ed.] 

Francis Holcroft) -, -n 

Joseph Oddey J Congrega: Persw: 

Job Halls Cambridge 

JamL h Day dey | Con g re g a: Prsw: 
The Kitchin in March : Isle Ely. Camorsh. 
Tho: Locke Congreg a Persw a 
Widdow Evans house Meldred Canvbrsfc. 

Sam Corbyn Jam: Day at Eliz a Pettit Cambr. Congreg a Persw a 
Sam: Corbyn. Jos: Oddy. Fr a Duckings Willingham. Cambr:sn Congreg a 
Persw a 



316 S. P. T*om. Car. II. 321 

321 (48). 

Endorsed : Cambridge 

[B. Ed.] 

Francis Holcroft| ofthe c n p erS wasion 

Joseph Oddey f b b 

Meeting-house in a place neere the house of Job Hall in Bridge- 
Street in Cambridge 

Joseph Oddey | of fc c n Perswasion . 

James Day J 

Meeting house in a place called * the Kitchin ' (the roomes here- 
unto belonging) w th in high-Dike in the Towne of March in y e 
Isle of Ely & County of Cambridge 
Thomas Locke of the Congreg 11 Perswasion 

Meeting place, at the Widdow Evans house at Meldred in y e 
County of Cambridge 

Samuel Corbyn) fthe c u Perswasion . 

James Day. j & b 

Meeting-place at Eliz a Pettits widdow at her house neere Greene- 
Street in Cambridge. 

JoJhOddey n } f the Congreg" Persuasion 

Meeting-place belonging to Francis Duckins of Willingham in the 
County of Cambridge 



321 (49). 

Endorsed : Enfield 

[B. Ed.] 

M r Ezechias King of Hornesey in the County of Middlesex Clerke, of 

y e Presbiterian perswasion, Craves Licence for himselfe to preach. 
Also that his house in Hornesey aforesaid may be Licenced to Preach in 



821 (50). 

I bespoke a Licence for M r Saunders to preach in the howse of W m 

Wood in Tiverton in Devon 
The like for Tho: Chesman at his owne howse in East Ilsley in Barks 
A further Licence for a howse belonging to Francis Whiddon in Totnes. 

[At the back.] 
Monceare le Chavaleare Clufford Anecon 



821 (51). 

Endorsed : Bridekirke. 

[B. Ed.] 

Whereas by vertue of an Act of Parliament in the 14 th yeare of our 
Reigne Our Court of Admiralty is cmpowred to proceed upon Suites 
for Prize-Goods 

. . . George Larkham in his owne house at Hameshill in the parish of 
Bridekirke 



S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 317 

321 (52). 

Endorsed : Islington 



[B. Ed.] 



M l * George Fowler at his owne house in Islington p r sbyterian. 



321 (53). 

Endorsed : Somersett, Devon. 

[B. Ed.] 

'he howse of Georg Biss in y e pish of Martock in Som r sett John Deyor 
Min r Presbyt. 
howse of W m Rodbard at Norton in Som r sett for Prebyterian 

Assembly 
house of Jn Pitt at Norton In Som r sett for a Presbyterian Assembly. 
[ rs Joane Strang in Biddiford Devon for an Independ 1 Congreg 

Deliver'd by John Hickes 
A back.] 
:liverd by John Hickes 




II (54). 
Endorsed : M r Hickes's note. 

[B. Ed.] 

reorg. Biss of the parish of Mortlock) ^ p . 

[ohn Deyor in y e same place j ' 

I r Rodbeard's house at Norton) ^ 
John Pitt's house at Norton J 
M r John Foldoe in Chipping Barnet his house in Hartford 

ichard Ellis V D ... . t> i 
'ffi tt 11 L m Adding in Barkshire 
' h nG (\ H U \ I tne ^ r houses for Presbyt. & Independ ts 

[John Hickes. Ed.] 



1 (55). 

Endorsed : M r Bloods note 

[B. Ed.] 

Desiered by M r Wells of London 

a Licence for Allderman Daniell Andrew's hows at Laitonstone in Essex 

for A presbiterion meeting place 
Also for M r David Kings howse in Kings howse in Kingsland in 

Middelsex 
Desiered by M r Sharpe 

M r Richard Tufton's howse in Wittersham in Kent be Licenced for 

a meeting howse for presbiterians 
M r Samuel Turkes howse in goudhurst in Kent for a meeting-house 

for presbiterians 
M r Richard Chantry of Smithsby in y e county of Darby, desiers a 
licence for his person and his owne dwelling howse he is presbiterian 
M r George Larkom in ye parrish of Bridkerke in combarland congre- 
gational! desiers to be licenced to teche and his house 



318 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 321 

A license is desiered for Mr. Henry Leuor of Newcastell 
M r Richard Gilpin of y e same presbiterion. 
John Pringle of y e same Presbiterion 
William Durant. of y e same Congregationall 

[Tho: Blood. Ed.] 
[Signed at back.] 

Tho Blood 



321 (56). 

Endorsed : Liverpoole 

[B. Ed.] 

M r Thomas Trumpton nonconformist minister of Toxteth Park nere 
Liverpoole Lancashire is recomended by the inhabitants of the 
place to preach att a meeting house builtby the inhabitants for that 
purpose 

This is humbly moved by M r Gilbert Aspinwall of the Temple 
in name and behalfe of all the rest 



321 (57). 

Endorsed : Ponder's note. Northampton 

[B. Ed.] 

P sb . M r Steven Fowler at his Dweling house in Kilseby 

M r Henry Wills at his house in Cransley & at M rs Molsow's 

house in Northampton 
Con: M r Vincent Alsop in a house at Welingborow [Erased.] 
Con: M r Strickland Negus in a house at Gedington [Erased.] 
Con: M r Ralfe Punn at the house of Jo: Overton in Duncot & at 

his owne house in Greens Norton 
Con: M r Thomas Browneing in his Dweling house & at M rs Susana 

ponders both in Roth well: 
psbi: M r Hennry Searle, in the Mantion house of y e Lady Pickering 

at Tichmarsh 
These are all in Northamptonshire, ffor 

NATHANIELL PONDEI 



321 (58). 

[In margin, and applying to the whole list.] 

all Congregationall 

Bedfr 
John Dome for his own & the house of Georg ffbwler in Kaishow 
William Jarviss for his owne house in Ridgement And for G^ 

Palmer 9 ! house in Cranfield 
Tho: Kent for William Arms his house in Cranfield 
Tohn Wright for the Lake house barn in Blunham 
Nathaneel Alcock for John Tingey's house at Ford End: 
John Bunyon for Josias Rougheads house in his orchard in Bedford 
Edward Isaac for the house of Gilbert Ashly in Godlington 
Thomas Cooper for y 8 house of William Finden in Okeley 
John Sewstcr for the house of John Baxter in Kempston 



S. P. c Dom. Car. II. 321 319 

John Whiteman for the barn of Frances Whiteman widow in Card- 

ington 
John ffenne for the house of William Man in Stadgedon 
Samuel ffenne for the house of William Maxey in Hanes 
Nehemiah Coxe for y e house of Sarah Tomkins wid: in Maulden 
Edward Dent for George Pridden's house in Edworth 
Stephen Hawthorn for his own house in Turvy 
John Allen for the house of the widow Reade in Steventon 
Daniell Negoos for Robert Clares house in Pavenham 

these in Huntingdonshire 
George Fowler for the house of John Cooke in Upthorpe 
James Rogers for the house of John Haynes in Wonditch in Kimbolton 

parish 
[In margin, and applying to all below.] 

All Congregationall 

Northamptonshire 
Tho: Brett for Jhon Morice his barn in Wollaston 

I "ho: Edmonds for John Brooks house in Wollaston 
Christopher Stanley for his own house in Brafield in the green 
Cambridgeshire 
,uke Astwood ffor his own house in Gamlinghay 
ohn Waite for his owne house in Toft 
Harfordshire 
)liver Scott for y e house of Tho. Morrice in Ashwell 
Bucks 
John Gibbs for William Smyths Barn & his own house in Newport- 

pagnell 
William Henseman for Joseph Kent his barn in Olney 

[? John Bunyan or Thomas Taylor.] 



321 (59). 

M r Augustine Plumstead may be approved a teacher in any Licenced 

place, of the Congregationall perswasion of Wrentham in the 

County of SufFolke 
8 May 72 Reed by 

John Hickes 
321 (60). " 

Take out a License for y e House of Eliz: Pettit 
Taken out a Licence for y e Person of Sam. Corbyn & Thomas Lock 

& for a Meeting place at Meldred 

& for Francis Holcroft & 
A Licence for y e House of Job Hall 
a Licence for Joseph Oddey 
A Licence for a Meeting place in Willg 

Fran: Holcroft 

[In Francis Holcroft's hand-writing. Ed.] 
M r Light remaineing behind 
[In John Light's own handwriting. Cf. 321 (85). Ed.] 
[At back.] 

Taken out y e Licences 

[In Fr. Holcroft's hand. Ed.] 



320 S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 

321 (61). 

A licence for 

M r John Bryan of Salop Presbyt. but not for his house but this y* 

folio wes, viz : 
for y e House of M r Charles Doughty in Salop for Presbyt. 

Desired by 
May 9 th Richard Steele 



831 (62). 

Endorsed : Dan's note 

[B. Ed.] 

May 9 th 
John Leighton, of the Presbyterian Perswasion for a roome or roomes 
in the Parish of Greasley in Nottingham Shire ; also for any 
licenced place. 
Robert Perrot in Grub Street, London, ) of the Presbyterian Perswasion 
John Dan of St. Martins, Westminster J for any Licenced Place. 

J. Dan. 

[At foot of back.] 
For Mr Steel 



321 (63). 

Endorsed : Halletts note, Somersett 

[B. Ed.] 

London. May 9 th 1672 

It is desired by John Laver of Coat in the County of Sommerset that 
his house may bee Licensed for any Licensed minister to preach in: 
He is of the Presbyterean perswasion. 

It is desired by Richard Hayward of Weeke in the County of Sommer- 
set, that his house may bee Licensed for any Licensed minister to 
preach in. He is of the Presbyterean perswasion. 

It is desired by Alice Hawker of Whitehill in the County of Sommerset, 
that her house may bee Licensed for any Licensed minister to preach 
in: she is of the Presbyterean perswasion. 

To bee cal'd for 

p Barnaby Hallet 






321 (64). 

26 Apr. 72 
I received then 200 blanck licences for Places, & 100 for Teachers 
at large, of these I delivered out to Mr. Cooke 60. 1 May 

May 7 
I received 100 blanck licences. 

May 9 
I received 900 blanck licences. 

[B. Ed.] 






S. P. T>om. Car. II. 321 321 



321 (65). 

Endorsed : D r Butler 9 May. 72 Essex 



[B. Ed.] 



S r , 



Pray send mee the licence for Constantine according to y e 
peticion, and theese following 

A licence for y e house of M r Harris called Chennills in Margeting 
Essex, Elias Pledger is to bee teacher but hath already a generall licence 
soe needs noe more. 
John Oakes of Little Baddow in Essex M:A. presbi: for him selfe & his 

owne house. 
Christopher Wrage M:A: presbi: for him selfe & his house called 

Foxtons hall in Litle Waltham Essex 
John Reeve M.A. Presb: for him selfe and y e house in Chelmsford 

Essex know by the signe of y e King's head 

[In D r John Butler's handwriting, though not signed, even in cypher. Ed.] 



: 



321 (66). 




Mr Robt Bath 


M r Josha Kirby 


person & place 


person Sc place. 


M r John Tuchin 


M r John Hodder 


Gen 11 teacher 


person Sc 2 places. 


M r Hen: Backaller of Wotton 


M r John Keridg. 


Fitzpain 


Gen 11 teach' 


person & place. 


M r James Ously 


M r John Langdale 


person & place. 


person & 2 places 


M r Thomas Crain 


M^ John Gill 


Gen 11 teacher. 


Gen 11 teacher. 


M r Timothy Sacheverill 


Mr Tho: Roe 


person & place. 


Gen 11 teacher. 


M r W m Sampson 


M r John White 


person & place. 


Gen 11 teacher. 


M r Henry Martin 


Mr W Gilbert 


person & place. 


person & place 


M r James Abdy 


M r Christoph: Richardson 


person & place. 


person & place 


M r Nath: Denton. 


M r Sam: Taylour 


person & place. 


person & place. 


M r John Harvey 




person & place. 


Received this 


9 th of May 1672 


of M r Alexander Reynolds 


for the aforesaid psons & places 




I say reed by me 




Ja: Innes jun r 




21 



322 S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 

321 (67). 

Endorsed : M r Aylmers note. Somersett. 

[B. Ed.] 

M r Benson: 

I request you to procure a Licence for M r John Galpin (of the 
Presbiterian perswasion) to preach in his dwelling house at Ash- 
priors in the County of Somersett : he hath, for his person 
already, 
also a lycence for M r John Musgrove of the presbiterian perswasion to 
preach at the House of Gregory Buller, now in the possession of 
Vallentine Browne in the parish of Netherstoway Somerset shire 
As also for the House of Robert Burnall Jun r in the parrish of Stock- 
lands Somerset Shire. 

Your servant &c : 

Brabazon Aylmer 



321 (68). 

Endorsed : M r Hickes note. Sidmeuth 



Jane French her house in Sidmeuth in Devon 

for a Congregation both Presbyt. & Independ* 

John Hickes 

[At back, reversed.] 

Jane Frenchs 



821 (69). 

Endorsed : Derby 

[B. Ed.] 

William Bagshaw M r of Arts of the Presbyterian Perswasion for the 
house of George Shirt Yeoman, in the parish of Chappcl-le-Frith 
in the County of Derby 



821 (70). 

Endorsed : Chappell le Frith. Parkhursts note 



M r W m Bagshaw Prisbiterian for Georg Shirts Howse in the p r ish 
Chappell Le Frith in Darbyshier. 

desir'd by M r Tho Parkhurst 



., 



321 (71). 

Endorsed : Claytons note. Sherborne. 

[B. Ed.] 

William Haudon Minister of the Presbyterian pswasion prays a Lycensc 
to preach &c in his owne house in Sherbourne in Yorkeshire or ai 
other house or place soc Lycensed 

John Clayton 



S. P. TDom. Car. II. 321 323 

321 (72). 

Endorsed : Surrey 

[B. Ed.] 

W m Burnet minister of a Congregation of the Baptists at the house 

belonging to W m Longust in the towne of Chersey in the County 

of Surrey 
John Bernard Minister of a Congregation of the Baptists meeting at the 

house of Richard Humphrey of Godbrook in the pish of Betsworth 

in the County of Surrey. 



321 (73). 

Endorsed : Deale. 



[B. Ed.] 



M rs Constant Woodmans howse in Deale, & M rs Anne Harris's of 

I Lower Deale. Pr. & Congr. 
[B. Ed.] 



321 (74). 

Endorsed : Indulgence Beckles 

[Sir J. W. Ed.] 

To the Kings most excellent Ma tie 

The Humble peticon of a Church of Christ in Beccles in the County 
of Suff 






Sheweth 

That your peticon rs have with all dutifullnes and humility con- 
sidered your Ma ties late graciouse declaracon, published by the Advice of 
your Ma ties most hono bIe privy councell, whereby your Ma tie is pleased 
to Suspend the execucon of all Manner of penall lawes in matters 
Ecclesiasticall against those that doe not conforme to the Church of 
England. And that your Ma tie is Thereby graciously pleased to declare 
your Ma ,ies Royall Indulgence should not extend to those that meet in 
any place not allowed or the teacher of any congregacon is not approved 
by your Ma tie . In Thankefullnesse and submission to which gracious 
indulgence and dispensacon, your peticon rs are Incouraged humbly to 
beseech and supplicate yo r Ma tie to be pleased to give your Ma ties Royall 
allowance, that the Guild Hall in Beccles be allowed of by your Ma tie 
to be a place for y r peticon rs and others that please to assemble there for 
their publique worshipp and devotion, and that your Mat ie would 
likewise be gratiously pleased to approve that Rob* Otty teacher of that 
congregacon to which we your Ma ties Humble petition 1 " 55 doe belong, be 
the teacher of the said Assembly or congregation there, and your peticon rs 
doe promise not to use pmitt or extend this your Ma ties Royall favour 
& indulgence for the exercising or preaching any doctrine tending to 
sedition or to the derogacon of the Government of the Established 
church of England 

21 2 



324 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 321 



And your peticon rs shall cherefully and readily in all obediance serve 
your Ma tie with there lives and fortunes, and as in duety bound shall 
likewise ever pray for your Ma ties long and prosperous Reigne 

[Autograph signatures.] 
Edm: Artis Will Cutlove 

Matt: Gregory Robt Sherwood 

Henry Rix Will. Brooke 

Phi: Denny John Morse 

Edm: Nevitt Robert Clarke 



321 (74 I). 
Endorsed 



Indulg Beckles. 



[SirJ.W. Ed.] 



Suff. Wee whose names are hereunder written being Trustees 

Beccles for the towne Hall in Beccles (Called the Guild Hall) 

And others the Chiefe Officers of the said towne doe hereby certify 
our full consent that M r Robt Ottie Minister and the congregation hee 
is teacher unto may have liberty to assemble in the said Hall in order to 
their publique Worshipp and Devotion His Ma tics Allowance and 
approbation being obteyned according to the late declaration set forth 
[Autograph signatures.] 

Isaac Todd Port reeve 

Abraham Brown Cheife Surveyor 



Tho: Plumsted 
Re: Pitfeild 
Jo: Nicholls 



Edw. Tyrrell 
John Morse 
Edm: Artis 
Will m Cutlove 
Edm: Nevill 
Edward Heasell 
Thomas Boote 
Nicholas Dodson 



John Francklin 
Joseph Harbow sen r 
John Nuttell 
Thomas Mones 
J. Utber 
Henry Ellmy 
Robt: Girling 
Wirrm Girling 



821 (75). ~~~ -* 

Rec d these licences 
John By n ion Josiah Roughead in Bedford 
John Don his own & George Fowlers house in Kaishow 
Nathaniell Alcock the house of John Tingey in Ford End 
William Jarvis the house of George Palmer in Cranfield 
Tho Kent the house of Willi: Arms in Cranfield 

by me 

Tho. Taylor 






321 (76). 

Lie cm cs all in Somersett 

SafTord a Teacher in Aish prio" 

John Gaiptn'l house there a meetinge place 

TbOfDAI Maishall of [lmjfter :i Teacher 

Thomas Marshalls house in Ilmister a meetinge place 






S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 325 



Joseph Holmes house in Ilmister a meetinge place 
John Musgrave a teacher in Nether Stoway 
James Stronge a Teacher in Broadway 
John Maynes house in Broadway a meetinge place 
John Huckers house in Taunton a meetinge place 
Edw: Rossetters house in Taunton a meetinge place 
Richard Gillings house in Bicknaller a meetinge place 
Hanna Saffords house in Bicknaller a meetinge place 
Daniel Cock's house in Wellington a meetinge place 
Timothy Batt a teacher at Wellington 
Robert Carters house in Aishill a meetinge place 
Percal Standerwicks house in Whitelackington place 
Valintan Browne house in Nether Stoway place 

Receft by me 

Tho: Stone 



... 

Endorsed : Indulgence. Thanks of the Non Conformists 
Ministers of Dorsett 10 May 72 

n 



[B. Ed.] 



To the Kinges most Excellent Ma tJe 

The humble acknowledgment of severall Nonconforming Ministers of 
the County of Dorset. 

Most Gracious Soveraigne 

Wee yo r Ma ties Loyall and peaceable subiects having to our abun- 
dant ioy and satisfaction, seen yo r Ma ties Royall Declaration of March 
the 15 th 1 67 1, doe from our Soules bless God who hath put such a 
thinge as this into the Kings hearte to extend soe greate favour to us ; 
And prostrate ourselves att your Ma ties feet, with the most humble and 
heartie acknowledgm 1 of your Ma ties singular Clemencie therein exp r ssed, 
which Encourageth us humbly to make this thankfull Address devoting 
our selves (under yo r Ma ties Royall Protection) to the preaching of the 
Gospell of peace and Salvation And continue to pray for yo r Royall 
person familie Councill and Government, as Dutie obligeth us Your 
loyall Subjects and Ministers of the Gospell. 



James Rawson 
W m Ben 
George Thorne 
Edward Buckler 
Benjamin Way 
Tho: Rowe 
James Hallet 
John White 
Henry Parsons 
John Kerridge 
Zechary Mayne 
Zachariah Sprint 
John Devenish 



Geo: Hamond. 
Ames Short. 
Timothie SacheverelL 
John Gill 
Rich. Downe 
Thomas Moore 
Joseph Hallet 
John Finney 
Robert Bartlet 
Henry Backaller 
Benjamin Mills. 
Josuah Churchill 



Philip Lambe 
Jeremiah French 
Henry Martin 
Edward Darner 
William Gibberd 
Josiah Banger 
John Brice 
Thomas Crane 
James Owsley 
William Clarke 
John Eaton 
Benjamin Walters 
John Hodder 



326 S. P. T)om. Car. II 321 

321 (78). 

Endorsed: Indulgence Blakelie. Lancashire. 10 May. 

[B. Ed.] 

To the Kinges most Exellent Ma tie 

The humble pettition of Some of the Inhabitans of Blackelie in the 
Countie of Lancaster, on the behalph of our selves and others, 

Sheweth 

That whereas it haithe pleased you r Ma tie by you r Late Delara- 
tion of Marche the 15 th 167^- gratiouslie to Suspend the Execution of 
all penall Lawes, in matters Eclesiasticall against Us Non-Conformists, 
you 1 " Ma ties Loiall and ffaithfull subiects, And therein you r Ma tie is 
pleased to promis Allowanc of persons and places for the publick Exer- 
cise of our Worship and Devotion (if it bee desired) wich wee doe with 
all humilitie and thankfulnes Acknowledg. 

You r Petticioners most humblie beseche and supplicate you r Ma tie 
Allowance and approbation that the house or houseing of M r Thomas 
Pyke may bee a place for you 1 " petticioners and others that please to 
Assemble ther for their Publicke Worship and Devotion, And that 
you r Ma tie would bee pleased lickewise graciously to' Allow of M r Thomas 
Pyke of the Presbyterian perswation to Exercise his ministeriall frunc- 
tion their 

And you r petticioners shall Chearfuly and cordially (as in Dutie 
bound) ever praie for you 1 " Ma tie longe and happie and Prosperous 
Raighne 

Richard Travis Jhon Ogden Richard Heywood 

John Travis Edward Hide Thomas Hoide 

James Clough Thomas Travis Thomas Tetloe 

John Pendleton 



321 (79). 

Endorsed : Markes note. Lancashire 

[B. Ed.] 

Memof to gitt a Lysence for M r Thomas Pycke of y e Presbiteriai 
perswasion 
at his house or housing in y e Towne of Blacklee in y e County 
Lankester 

Pet r Markes 



321 '80). 

Endorsed : Stafford 

[B. Ed.] 

M r Tho: Bakewell Minister Presbyterian 

y* Towne Longdon in y e County of Stafford 
in y e house of Richard Browne Yeoman in y same towne 
[In margin.} 

Given in by M r Richards, 10 May. 

[B. Ed. 






S. P. TDom. Car. 11. 321 327 

321 (81). 

Endorsed : Sterry's note. 

[B. Ed.] 

May 10 th 1672 
a License is desired for the houses of M r Edward Bushell in Hackney and 
at Little St. Hellens in London as also for the house of M r John 
Berry in Filpot Lane London. For M r Peter Sterry to preach in 

Peter Sterry 
[The paper a piece torn off some legal document engraved, ' sealed and 

delivered in the presence of.'] 



121 (82). 

[ohn James Teacher of the Congregationall way 

att Widow Elliz: Reade's house in bridelesmith gate Notingam 
M r Thofts Gretton's house Notingam to be allowed 
M r Samuell Nowell Teacher Congregationall way at 

Jonathan Everards house Ashfield 
M rs Elizabeth Lindsey's house in Skegby to be allowed 
John Jackson Teacher Congregationall way att Witt Bradleys house in 

flintham 
John Jacksons howse of Morton to be allowed 
John Wright Teacher at Thomas fnllinghams house of Arnold 
Thomas Burden Teacher att Widow Ann Bendalls howse at Cottgrave 
John Truemans house of Burton to be alowed 
Ann Deane's house of Mareman 

Owen Davies all the Teachers of the congregationall perswasion 

May 10 th (72) in Nottingam Shyere and the houses allso 

1321 (83). 
John Gybbs newport pagnell Bucks, 
for his own house & Will m Smyth Barne 
Northamptonshire Tho: Brett: for John Morrice his Barne 
Tho. Edmonds for John Brookes his house in 
Wollaston 
Christ. Stanley for his own house in Brafield green 
Huntingtonshire Geore Fowler for the house of John Cooke in Up- 
thorpe 
James Rogers for Jane Haines hir house in Wonditch 
Kimbolton parish 
Bedfordshire Edw: Isaac for Gilbert Ashleys house in goldington 
Tho: Cooper for William Findens house in Oackley 
John Sewster for John Barkers house in Kempston 
John Whiteman : for Frances Whiteman hir house in 
Cardington 
John Wright for y e lakehouse barn in Blunham 
John Fenne for William Mars house in Stadgesden 
Sam. Fenne for the house of William Maxey in Haines 
Nehemiah Cox for Sarah Tomkins hir house in Maiden 



328 S. P. T>om. Car. II 321 

Stephen Hawthorne for his own house in Turvey 

John Allen for wid: Read hir house in Steventon 

David Negoos for Rob* Clare's house in Pavenham 
[At back.] 

Harfordshire Edw: Dent for George Priddeon's house in Edworth 

Oliver Scott for Tho. Morris his house in Ashwell 

Cambridgeshire Luke Astwood for his own house in Gamlingay 
John Waite for his own house in Toft. 
These names and places were put in 10 or 12 dayes since by 
May: 10 th Tho: Taylor 



321 (84). 

Endorsed : Holwey's House. 

[B. Ed.] 

M r Jeremy Holwey house in Cornestreet in Bristoll for one that is 
Lisenced of the Congregationall perswasion 

the 10 th of May 1672 

Jer. Holwey 



321 (85). 

Endorsed : Lights note. 

[B. Ed.] 

A House of Lancellott Hooper's in y e Parish of St. Andrews in Cam- 
bridge to be licensed for a Meeting place of people of y e Congrega- 
tionall & Presbyterian perswasion. 

Nath: Ball of Nether Chissil of y e Presbyt: perswasion to be licensed to 
preach in any licensed place. 

William Green of Fenny Stanton of y e Presbyt: perswasion to be 
licensed to preach in any licensed place. 

Owen Stockton of y e Presbyt: Perswasion to be licensed to preach in any 
licensed place 

y c House of Downham Yeomans of Little St. Maries Parish in Cam- 
bridge to be licensed for a Meeting place of y e people of y e Presby- 
terian & congregationall perswasion. 

y c House of Richard Thurlow of y e Parish of S* Andrews in Cambrid^ 
to be licensed for a Meeting place of people of y e Presbyt: & 
Congreg 11 perswasion. 
May 10 th John Light 



321 (86) 

Rec d y c 10 th May 1672 : these Lycens 
M r Tho: Browning: in Rothewll 
M r Ralfe pun: in Duncott 
M r Henry Searle in Tichmarsh 
being Eight in All & All for Northamptonshire 

per p me 

Nath. Ponder 



S. P. Dom. Car. II. 321 329 

321 (87). 

Endorsed : M r Hickes note 

[B. Ed.] 



M r John Donkinson neare York teacher Presbyterian [Erased] 

M r Gilbert Rule neare York Presbyt. a teacher 
M r Tocestell of Barkwick Upon Tweed Presbyt. 

John Hickes 
fohn Smith Independ 1 teacher, his own house y e place in the parish of 

St. Nicolas in the Isle of Wight. 
[ohn Martyn Independ* teacher, & to teach in the house of Grace 

Byles at Yarmouth in the Isle of Wight. 
M r Tho* Clark 1 T , Jtm . v 
M^ Robert Billoaj Inde P endtSinEssex 

Georg Seele in Marshfield in Glostershire Presbyt. teacher 
the parish house thereof commonly called y e Church house to be 
Licenced as desir'd 
M r Tho: Sare Presbyt. teacher in Little Britain. London. [Erased.] 
Richard Chidell in Roude in the parish of Godshill in the Isle of 

Wight for a Presbyt. Congregat. 

May ye 10 th 72 John Hickes 

II (88). 

May ye 10 th 

72 

Received by mee John Hickes these Licences following 
James Shepheards of Bridgrule 
James Moyls of Stratton 
Mark Facys in Bridgrule Devon 
Matthias rembertons London 
Rich. Margessons in Stone Street 
John Guns of Wetherfleld 

Cutlers near Lime Street 
Roger Flamank his person Cornwall 
Roger Flamank his house 
William Bagshaw Derbyshire 
George Shirst Derby 

Steven Coven in Grubstreet London 
Obadiah Wills in y e Devizes. 

Hutton Esq r in Yorkshire. 
Morewood in Selby. 

Adam Pearse in Exon. 
Joane Strang in Biddiford 
John Sealy in Topsham. 
Robert Stead of Darmouth 
John Hoppin in Devon. 
William Brenner. Devon. 
Andrew Luke in Ford Devon 
Anth: Budde in Torrington 



33o S. P. T>om. Car. II. 321 

Jane French Devon. 

Widdow Knight in Southampton 

John Stark. Suffolk 

Stephen Hamblin Norfolk 

Samuel Baker Suffolk 

Isaac Carter Suffolk 

Sam: Pettaugh Norfolk 

Sam. Pettaughs house 

Sum. Manning Norfolk 

Rob 1 Primrose Norfolk 

Tho: Benton Suffolk 

Witt. Bidbank Norfolk 

John Smith jun r 

Alexander Plumstead. 



321 (89). 

Endorsed : Chiddell a Teacher 
[Licence. Filled in and signed by both Charles II. and Arlington, but undated !] 



CHJ^LSS ^ 

Charles by y e (jrace of (jod, Kjng of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, 
Defender of f Faith &*c. To all {Mayors, < BayliJ~s, Constables, and other Our 
Officers and {Ministers, Civil and {Military, whom it may concern, Greeting. 

In pursuance of Our Declaration of the i$ eh of {March, 107 J We do 
hereby permit and license Richard Chidell of Roade in the Parish of Godshill in 
the Isle of Wight of the Terszoasion commonly called Presbyterien to be a Teacher, 
and to teach in any Tlace licensed <5- allowed by Us, according to Our said 
Declaration. 

(jiven at Our Court at Whitehall the day of in the 24'* year 

of our %jign, 1672. 

*By His {Majesties Command. 

^LittcgTowi- 

[The particulars written in are in Benson's handwriting. Ed.] 



321 (90). 

May 10. 72 

These Licences, Viz., for M r Jon Crofts of Newton Tony, Wilts k 
M r Joh Pinkney of Longstock, Hampsh. 
M r Nicholas Smith of Long parish Hampsh [Erased.] 
& for y* house of M r Jon Girle Newto Tony 

Received by me 

Is. Chancy 



321 (91). 

For M r Cooke of Chester 

And ye house cald y White Fryars 
For M r Kdward Laurence 

The House of M r Eves in Walsall Staff. 



S. P. TDom. Car. II. 321 331 

For The House of M r Deakin ibft 

The House of George Fowler ib3 
For Mr Richard Bell Stafford 

A house neer the Colledge in Manchester. 

Received by me 
May 10: 1672 Richard Steele 



321 (92). 

Endorsed : Basse's note 

[B. Ed.] 

London May 11 th 1672 
[t is desired that the House of Robert Basse of Market Harbrough in 
Leicestershire be Licensed for any Licensed Minister to Preach in : 
He is of the Presbyterian Perswasion. 

To bee cal'd for 

p Barnaby Hallet 
is desired by Matthew Clarke, of the Presbyterian Perswasion, living 
at Market Harborough in Leicestershire, that he may be Licensed 
to preach in any Licensed Place. 

To bee cal'd for 

p Barnaby Hallet 
is the desier of John Shuttlewood, of the Presbyterian Perswasion, 
living in the Parish of Lubbenham in Leicestershire, that his house 
may be Licensed to preach in, and that himselfe may bee Licensed 
to preach in any Licensed Place. 

To bee cal'd for 

p Barnaby Hallet 



(93). 
Endorsed : Enfield. Levinz Note 



[B. Ed.] 






Haslefoot Bridges of Enfield) -n 1 

in Middlesex J Presblteria " pswation 

Meeting house to preach in his owne dwelling house or any 

Licensed place 

Robert Leuinz 



321 (94). ' 

Haslefoot Bridges of Enfield in Middlesex Presbiterian pswation. 
meeting place : In his owne house or any other Licensed place 
11 th May 1672. Robert Levinz 

[Very different, though both signed. Ed.] 



321 (95). 



Reed 11 th May, 1672, at WhiteHall a Licence from his Majesty for 
Haslefoot Bridges of y e Presbiterian pswation to preach in his own 
house in Middlesex or any other Licenced place 

I say rec d p me 

Robert Levinz 



332 S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 

321 (96). 

11 th May 1672 
a Lycence for M r Jn Issett Jun r 

att his fath r M r Jn Issetts house 
in Horbery in Yorkeshire 

of the Congregationall pwasion 



321 (97). 

Endorsed : Prockter's note 

[B. Ed.] 

James Sutton presbiterian At Banberry Oxford sheire att his own 

dwelling howse in Sheepe Street in Banberry: & for his person 
Nathanael Stephens Presb. of Stoke in the county of Leicester. Teacher 
Abigail Dowells house in Stoke in Leicestersh. 
Nathanael Stephens Junior of Higham in Leicestersh. his house. 
Samuel Ward of Hinckleye in Leicester his house 
John King of Witherly in Leicestershire his house 
John Darby of Drayton in Leicester his house 

11 th May 1672 ' , John Prockter 



321 (98). 

Endorsed : D r Holmes 

[B. Ed.] 

of London. 
Nathaniel Homes D r of Divinity of ye Congregationall way. 

Their meeting Place. 
The Dwelling House of Doctor Nathanael Holmes 

in Hors shooe Ally in y e Uper Moreffield 
Given In, May ye u th 1672. 

p R: M. 
[Rob 1 Mascall. Ed.] 



321 (99). 

Rec d y e nth of May 1672 
His Majesties License for M r Sam Hieron 

and for 
Mistooll House in Chatham 
M r Tho: Markwicks in Wye 
M r Bunburyes in Wye: 
James Vigeons in Molash 

p me 
_^_____ Rob Mascall 

321 (100). ~ 

M r Robert Tuchin Presbyter at Lymington in ye County Soutl 

[ampton] for himself teacher & his house 
M- James Waller of Rathesden Prcsby t. in the County of Suffolk teacher, 
the house of M r Edmund Frost there. 

May ye u* Jo* Hickes 



S. P. T>om. Car. II. 321 



333 



321 (101). 

Rec d this 12 th of May* 1672 these following Lycences 



Teachers 
Geore Fowler 
William Cradock: 
Symond Haynes 
Oliver Mason 
Lalph Luke 
"nomas Jayse 



Places 
James Coles house in Titchmarsh 
John Conquests house in Wilden 
for his own house in Bowhurst 
William Pasheller's house in Mouldsworth 
John Welles house in Midlow 
the house of Driver and Bennett in Talbot 
Court Grace Church Street London 

p Tho: Taylor 



II (102). 

Endorsed : Devon. 



[B. Ed.] 



May 1 3 , 1672 
Generall Lycence is desired for John Hopping of Christow in the 
County of Devon Clerke being of the Presbiterian pswasion to 
preach in any lycenced place 

to be called for p 

Jo: Leigh 



II (103). 

May 1 3 1 67 2 

Lycence is desired for the house of William Greene of Topsham in 
the County of Devon that it may be lycenced for Ministers of the 
Presbiterian pswasion to preach in 

to be called for 

p Jo: Leigh 



121 (104). 
Endorsed : Whitells note Leeds, Hallifax 



[B. Ed.] 



A 



License for M r Joseph Dawson of the presbeterian perswasion to 
preach in his dwelling house in y e Parrish of Hallifax in the County 
of Yorke 
May 13 th Robert Whittell 



321 (105). 

Endorsed : Madox's note 

[B. Ed.] 

John Dunstons house in Ailesbury in the County of Bucks: for the 

Presbyterian psuasion. 
John Luffe Presbyt. generall teacher. 

Iiveing in St. Mary Magdalene pish in the County of Surrey 



* Ought to have been 12th of June. See the entries of the licences all on E (169) 
and dated June 10. Ed. 



334 & P* T)om. Car. II. 321 

A roome or roomes belonging to the house of John Johnson alias 
Robinson of Ashton in Lancashire: for the Presbyterian perswasion 

Peter Aspinwall of Haw in Lancshire Presbyterian teacher of the Con- 
gregation allowed att John Robinson's house in Ashton in the 
County of Lancashire. 

May 13, 

Maddox. 



821 (106). 

S r , 

Pray take out A Lycence for M r Christopher Fowler to preach 
in any Lycensed place ; he is a Presbiterian. 
Alsoe a Lycence for the house of John Jackson of Branford for any 

Lycensed presbiterian to preach 
May y e 13 th 1672 
Alsoe for M r Dudley Ryder Presbyterian of Woolvey in Warwickshire 
Alsoe for M r Richard Loseby Presbyter: of Copson Magna in the Parish 

of Kirby Warwickshire 
Alsoe for M r John Johnson of Barwell Presbyt 1 " in y e County of Lester 

The places 
The house of y e said Dudley Ryder 

The house of M r Witt. Paget in Withibrook Warwickshire 
The house of William Harrison in Sapcoat in Lestershire 
The house of M r John Johnson in Barwell Lestershire 
The house of W m Thomson in Coventry 

The house of M r Richard Loseby of Cobson Magna in y e Parish of 
Kirby Warwickshire 
J. B. 

[Dorman Newman. Ed.] 



321 (107). 

Endorsed : Batchelours note 

[B. Ed.] 

Richard Batchelaur prayeth for a Licence to performe all Ministers 
Offices at his owne Houses within the Rectory of Eastwoodhay an< 
Ashmansworth in the County of South, Master of Arts, Presby- 
terian ; as likewise at any Place which is already or shall at an] 
time hereafter bee allowed by the King's Most excellent Majestic 
for Religious Meetings. 

Edward Fanner of Newbery in the County of Berks Presbyterian prayetl 
a License to bee granted by the King's Most excellent Ma*>e fo 
performance of all Ministeriall Offices at his owne House there, 
at any other place allowed as is above said. Hee the said Ed: Fannt 
is Presbyterian. 

Both to bee waited for by the said 

Richard Batchelaur. 



S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 335 

321 (108). 

A Licence for M r Richard Batchelaur Master of Arts, Presbyterian, to 
performe all Gospell Ministeriall Acts in his owne Houses and in 
any Meeting Places already granted or to bee granted by the King's 
most Excellent Majestie for the exercise of God's worship, is 
humbly desired 

Richard Batchelaur 

Purposeth (under God) to waite for the same, 

but prayeth dispatch with convenient expedition. 



321 (109). 

Batchelaur Eastwoodhay | Hantshjre 

A 1 eacher Ashmansworth J 

Fanner 

A Teacher At Newbery in Berkshire 



321 110). 

May 13: 1672 

Received Batchelaurs Person & place. 
Received Fanners Person & Place 

By mee 

Richard Batchelaur 






321 (111). 

Endorsed : Danson's note. Suffolk 

[B. Ed.] 

Thomas Nuttall for his dwelling House in Rendham in the County of 
Suffolk, of the Presbyterian perswasion 

To be Called for by 

Tho: Danson 



321 (112). 

Endorsed : Ponders note, Northampton. 

[B. Ed.] 

M r Robert Ekins of y e Congregationall perswasion, in the howse of 

M rs Elizabeth Mulsoe widow in Twywell Northton 
M r Richard Hooke of y e presbyterian persuasion, in his own dwelling 

howse in the Town of Northampton. 
M r Francis Dandy of ye presbyterian perswasion in the house of M rs 

Margarett Brooke widow in Okeley Magna Northton 
M r John Willes of ye presbyterian persuasion in y e house of M r John 

Morton in Ringstead Northamptonshire. 
M T . Vincent Alsop of ye Congregationall persuasion in his Now dwelling 

howse in Geddington, Northtonshire 

Deliver them to me 

Nathaniel Ponder 
M r Stickland Negus of ye Congregationall persuasion in y e house of 

M r Richard Barnes in Wellingborow Northamptonshire. 



336 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 321 



321 (113). 

A licence for 
M r Joshuah Barnet of the presbyt. perswasion to teach in M r Richard 
Whitton's house in Hardwick in Shropshire 



321 (114). 

M r Fletcher Anabaptist Teacher in Chichester. 
Licence signed allready but not yett &d. 



321 (115). 

Ralph: Wickliffe prebe, At An house beLonging to William Wharam in 
the West End of the towne of Sunderland by the sea in y e Bishop- 
rick of Durham 



321 (116). 

Endorsed : Taylors note Coggeshall 

J _2 B - Ed -J 

M r Mathew Elliston 

presb: for his own house at the grange in Little Coggeshall* 

Tho. Taylor 



321 (117). 

endorsed : Suffolk Manning &c 

[B. Ed.] 

Robert Smith, M r of Arts, of the perswasion calld Congregationall, for 

an house in the occupation of Joseph Gilder yeoman in Wesselton 

in Suffolk 
Samuel Manning, M r of Arts, of the perswasion calld Congregationall, 

for his dwelling house in Walpool in Suffolk 
John Manning, M r of Arts, of the perswasion calld Congregationall, for 

his dwelling house in Peasenhall in the County of Suffolk 
William Manning, of the perswasion calld Congregationall, for his own 

dwelling house in the Town of Peasenhall in Suffolk 



321 (118). 

presb. The house of W m Ball in St. Mary Somersett parish in London. 

M r Stephen Scandrett an outhouse of (Presb) 

Joseph Alders joining to his dwelling house in Haverhill in Sussex. 
M r W m Sampson presb. a Gentt teacher 

the house of Daniell Andrews Presb. in the parish of Lowlayton in 
Ess' 

the house of Humphrey Addersley near the Bridg house in St. Olavt 
Southwark 

[Ja: Innes jun r . Ed.] 

The names of person and place are not in Tho. Taylor's handwriting. Cf. 
321 (222). Ed. 



S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 337 

321 (119). 

The house of M r Humphrey Addersley Prcsb. 

near the Bridg house in St. Olaves Southwark. 
M r James Waller of Ratlesden in Suffolk. Presb: 

the house of M r Edmund Frost commonly called Hunston Hall in 

Hunston. 

[Ja: Innes jun r . Ed.] 



321 (120). 

Benjamin Perkins Min r in Wokingham in Barks. 

w th his house for y e place Presbyt. 
Alice Haw her house in Wokingham for a Presbyterian Con 
Samuel Mayn of Holsworthy for a Presbyt. Congre. 
M r John Donkinson neare York Presbyt. teacher. 



William Yeo his house in Newton Abbot. 



Jo N HlCKES 



321 (121). 

William Yeo his house in Newton Abbot Devon. 
[At back, the following address erased.] [John Hickes. Ed.] 

For M r Laurence 
French neer 
The half moon 

in Mugwel Street in Lunnon these 



321 (122) 

M r John Foldo Minester in Chipping Barnet in the County of Hartford 

in a Roome adioyning to the house of M r John Minghue Congre- 

gationall 
M r Will. Hughes Minester in his on house, & the house of M r Nathaniell 

Bayly in Malbrough in the County of Wilts Congregationall 
M r John Frayling Minester in the devize in the County of Wilts for 

the house of M r John Freeme & M r Edward Hopes in y l towne 

Congre 

The houses of Rich: Ellis Griffin Bully Rich. Hunt all in the towne & 
Burrough of Readding in the County of Berkes 

John Hickes 

[The memo, in another hand. Ed.] 



321 (123). 

M r Foldo of Barent in the County of Hartford for a Roome adioyning 

to M r John Minshue 
M r Hughs of Malbrough in the County of Wilts for his on house & 

M r Nathaniell Bayly in the same towne 
M r Frayling of the Devize in the County of Wilts : for the house of 

M r John Freeme : k the house of M r Ed: Hope in the same towne 

& County. 

Griffin Bullys house in Redding in the County of Berks 
Rich. Ellis his house in Redding in the County of Berks 
Rich. Hunte his house in Redding in the County Berks. 

[Rich. Ellis, as in 321 (148). Ed.] 
22 



338 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 321 



321 (124). 

M r Will. Hughes of Morlebrough in the County of Wilts his one house 

& the house of M r Nathanell Bayly in y l town 
M John Foldoe in Chipping Barnet in the County of Hartford in a 
Roomc in a Common yard in Wood Street adioyning to the house 
of M r John Minshue 

both Cong? 
In Redding in the County of Berlces 

The house of Rich: Ellis: Griffine Bully & Rich: Hunt 

delivered by John Hickes 
[The memo, not in his handwriting. ? Rich. Ellis as 321 (123) and (148). Ed.] 
[At back.] 

deliver' d by John Hickes. 



321 (125). 

Endorsed : M r Hickes note 

Griffin Bully in Readding Barks 



[B. Ed.] 
Jo N Hickes 



321 (126). 

M r Hughs & 2 Meeting places in Malbrough 

[The same hand as 321 (123), 321 (124). Rich: Ellis, 321 (148). Ed.] 



321 (127). 

Endorsed : Johnson's note. Kent 

[B. Ed.] 

M r Peter Johnson desires a Lycence to teach in the house of Rob: Smith 
at Romonsgate In y e He of Tenant in Kent & in M r W m Perkins 
house in Margate in Kent 
of the presbyterien p r swation 

to be Taken out by mee 

Peter Johnson 



321 (128). 

Endorsed : Exon M r Prowses note 



A Licence for publike Worshipp in a part of Bedford howse belong 
to Nicholas Eveleigh Merc" in Exeter for a people of y e Congi 
gationall Judgm 1 Lewes Stuckley Teacher who is already Licensed 
For M r Benson 

Prowse 



321 129). 

d : Hath 

[B. ' 

M* Mai 1 MIW An 1 \ 1 1 of the Perswation comonly called Presbiterilll 
humbly prays his Ma tlcs most Gratious Lycence to preach in his 
ownc dwelling house scituate in Cheape Street in the Citie of" 
Bath. 






S. P. 7Dom. Car. II. 321 339 

321 (130). 

Endorsed : Bowlers note 

[13. Ed.] 

M r Hugh Butler presbeteran 
M Robert Hall independent 
M r Hezakia Woodward presbete an 
the hous of M r John Crowder 
the house of Richard Piscoe 
le house of William Nicoll 

in the parish of Woxbridg in the County of Middlesex 
presented by William Bowler 



II (131). 

Endorsed : Coleman's note Suffolk 

[B. Ed.] 

[ r John Pindar of the Presbyterian perswasion to be Licensed for the 
dwelling house of Robert Sanfield of Reed in y e County of 
Suffolke 

'he house of Robert Sanfield of Reed in y e County of Suffolke to be 
licensed for a congregation to meet in of the Presbyterian 
perswasion 

The house of John Collyer of Couling in the County of Suffolke to be 
licensed for a Congregation to meet in of the Presbyterian per- 
swasion 

To be delivered to 

M R Richard Coleman. 



51 (132). 

'hristopher Sneli in the parrish of East Grinsteed in the County of 
Sussex to preach the Gospell att his owne dwelling house or in the 
house of Henry Fauckner in Hordlie or in the house of John Elliott 
in the parrish of Hartfeild in Sussex 
Stephen Martin of the same pish & County to preach in any of these 
sayd houses. 



321 (133). 

A licence for M r Christopher Snell of East grinsteede to protect 
him in preaching the gosple in his owne dwelinge house & in the 
house of Henery Falconer in west hoardlie in the Countie of 
Susex 
as also a licence for M r Steven Martin of same Countie of Susex. to 
preach the gosple at the dweling house of John Elliott in Hart- 
fielde in Susex 

To deliver thes to noe person but 

Philipp Comber 
22 2 



34-0 S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 

321 (134). 

Endorsed : Wilts, Berks. 

[B. Ed.] 

The house of y e honourable Francis Fines at Newton Tony in y e 

County of Wilts for a Presb. Congregaon 
M r John Crofts of Newton Tony Wilts for a Presb. Congregation in 

y e house of y c hon ble Francis Fines 
W m Gough & his house at Stoke in y e County of Wilts for a Presb. 

Congregaon. 
M r Henry Dent of Rombsbury in y e County of Wilts Presb. a gnra 

licence 
M r Simon Barrett at Camborne Presb. in the County of Berks a generall 

licence 

[The same hand as 135. Ed.] 



321 (135). 

Endorsed : Dorsett. Middlesex. 



M r Arthur Barham Presbyter, for himself & house at Hackney in y e 
County of Middlesex 

[In a different hand from what follows. Ed.] 

The house of Rob 1 Grove Esq. at Ferme in y e County of Wilts Presb. 

Congregation 
The house of John Hussey Esq. at Molcomb in y e County of Dorcet 

for a Presb. Congregation 
The house of Joseph Ware in Shaston in y e County of Dorcet for a 

Presb. Congregation 
The house of W m Good of Stower Provise in y e County of Dorcet for 

a Presb. Congregation 

[The same hand as 134. Ed.] 



321 (136). 

M r Kitlye in Essex presbiterian his licence 

M r Gilson presbiterian techer 

for a Roome in M r Turkes howse in Kent, presbiter. 
Richard Tuftons howse in Kent, Presbiter 

taken out by me 

Tho: Bloc 
321 (137). 

Addressed : To S r Joseph Williamson, these p r sent 
Worthy Sir, 

I formerly have beene a preacher of the word but afterwards nn 
ministry was laid aside partly by reason of some sicknesse that then lag 
upon me and ptly by reason of some things in use which I cold not with 
peace of Conscience unto. As for my judgement it is only Scriptural 
;unl I doc accord with ministers either episcopall presbiteriall or in de- 
pendant so farre as scripture and scripturall sence goeth & as the lord 
hath enlightened my understanding 1 have not preached eithi 
publike or in private since the nonconformeing ministers wen 



aid 



S. P. Dom. Car. II. 321 341 

[B. Ed.] 

aside but have heard altogether in publike: I haveing read his Majesties 
gracious declaration humbly crave that according to it I may be alowed 
to preach the gospel of Christ in the pish of Thaxted in the County of 
Essex in a certaine place or house open & free for all commers where 
I shall endeavour to my utmost power to dispence y c word of grace 
ithfully to the peoples soules without medling with anye state affaires 
shall be thankfull to his Majesty and to those that shall alow me to 
imployed in so good a worke So subscribes 

Henry Coleman M r of Arts in the universitye 
of Cambridge, and an ancient preacher of 
the gospell of Christ 
'welling in the pish of Much Eiston in the County of Essex 
May 14 th in the yeare of o r Lord 1672 



121 (138). 

Endorsed : Ponders note. 

[B. Ed.] 

)ongregat: M r John Courtman in the house of John Mauncell Esq. in 
thorp Malsor. Northamptonshire 
A Lycence for A Large Roome Adjoyning & belonging to y e house 
of M r Richard Adkins in Welingborough Northamptonshire for 
Nonconformists called Congregationall. 
Lycence for the house of M r Edward Brookes in Brigstock for Non- 
conformists called Congregationall ; 
Lycence for ye house of John Mauncell Esq r in Newton for Non- 
conformist called Congregat Northamptonshire 
: r Thomas Andrewes of y e presbiterian perswasion in his owen house 
in Meeres Ashby Northptonsh. 
Lycence for y e house of M r Pun in Greens Norton for Noncon- 
formists called Congregationall 

[Not in N. P.'s hand. Ed.] 
May 14 th 1672 pray deliver these to 

Nath Ponder. 



321 (139). 

Endorsed : Stone's note 

[B. Ed.] 

M r Samuel Wright of y e persuasion called Congregational in his house 

In the towne called Castle Dunington in Leicestershire 
M r William Smith for his house where he dwelleth at Dyesworth 

Grange in the parish of Bastle Dorington Leicestershire of the 

Congregational psuasio. 
M 1 Thomas Smith in M r Francis Thomasmans house at Wanliff 

Grange, of the congregational psuasio. In Leicester shire. 

William Stone : May 14 



342 S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 

321 (140). 

The person M r Michael Drake of fulbeck in the County of Lincolne 

minister of the gospell of the presbyterian perswasion 
The place The house of the sayd Michael Drake in the Towne and 

County aforesd" 
The person. M r John Birkett of Frieston in the parish of Cathorp in 

the County of Lincolne minister of the gospell of the Gospell of 

the presbyterian pswasion 
The place. The house of the sd. John Birkitt in Swinderby in the 

County aforesc*" 
The Person M r Joseph Lee of Ash by de la laund in the County of 

Lincolne minister of the Gospell of y e presbyterian perswasion 
The Place The house of Edward Kinge Esq r in the Towne & 

Countie aforesd 
The Person M r John Wright of Leasingham in the County of 

Lincolne minister of the Gospell of y e presbyterian pswasion 
The place The house of the Lady Jane Bury in Linwood in the 

County aforesd". 
The Person Henery Wilkinson D r of Divinity of Gosfeild in 

y e County of Essex minister of the gospel of the presbyterian 

pswasion 
The place. The house of the s3 Henery Wilkinson in the Towne and 

County aforesd. 
The person M r Richard Hobson of Ellenthorpe in the County of 

Yorke minister of the gospel of the presbyterian pswasion 
The place. The house of James Brooke Esq r in the Towne and 

County aforesd:. 
The person. M r John Denton of Osgoodby Grange in the North 

riding of the County of Yorke, minister of the Gospell of the 

presbyterion pswasion 
The place. The house of M r John Scurr in the County afosesd* 

Will a Thompson : May the 14 th 

[On the back, written crosswise.] 
1> -nj. Snowden. Pr. in an upper Roome in Black Fryers. 

[B. Ed.] 



321 (141). 

14 th May 

A licence for Matthew Warren of the Presbiterian pswacon to preach 

in the house of John Hill in Withypoole in Somersett 
A licence for the s' 1 John Hills house in Withypoole in Som r sett for 

those of the Presbiterian pswaCon, 

To be called for by Thomas Stone or M r Payne 
A licence for Benjamin l!< u\ of the Presbiterian pswaSon in the house 

of Abraham Scaly in Trull in Som'sctt 

ence for Abraham Sealyea house in Trull in Somsett for tho 

meets o( the Presbiterian pswafion 

e Stickland'i house of y e same in Trull 



S. P. TDom. Car. II. 321 343 

321 (142). 

M r Benjamin Berry to bee a Teacher to a people of the NonCon- 
formitie of the Presbeterian Judgment, The places for Worshipp the 
howses of Abraham Sealy and Francis Stickland in the Parish of 
Trull in y e County of Som T sett 
M r Matthew Warren to be a Teacher to a people of the non-Con- 
formitie of the Presbeterian Judgment the place for Worshipp John 
Hills Howse in the Parish of Withypoole in the County of 
Som r sett 
r John Hill to be a Teacher to a people of the Non-Conformitie of 
the Presbeterian Judgment, the places for Worshipp the Howses of 
Richard Slocombe, and the howse of John Collard in the Parish of 
Dulverton in the Countye of Som r sett 
Lycence for the howse of Joane Bult Widdow in Hide within the 
pish of West-Munckton in the County of Som r sett for those of the 
Presbeterian Judgment to Meet in. 
p Payne 

[Walter Payne. Ed.] 



321 (143). 

Endorsed : Copie Licences 

M r Blood to M r Mascall 

May 14. 72 



[B. Ed.] 



Copie 

Sir 

I have sent you here inclosed those licenses you gave me a note 
for, if you need any other convenient places to be licensed You may 
have them, there is noe charge for them, onely it is agreed that $s apiece 
for the personall Licences should be gotten, & the Dorekeepers and 
UnderClarkes should afterwards be remembred by a token of love. 
This is all at present from 

Your friend, 

Tho: Blood 
May 14: 72 

My kind respects to all Our friends 

For M r William Maskall 

Chirurgion at his howse 
in Rumford these 

[In M r Benson's handwriting. Ed.] 



321 (144). 

Addressed : For M r William Maskall Chirurgion at his howse 
Romford these 

Sir, 

I have sent you here inclosed those Licencis you gave mee a 
note for if you need any other convenient placis to be Licenced you 
may have them, there is no charge for them only it is agreed that 



344 S* P* T^om. Car. II. 321 



5s apeece for the personall licences shld be gotten and y e dorkeepers and 
underclarkes should afterwards be rememberd by a token of love this 
is all at present from 

Yo r frind, 

Tho: Blood 
May 14: 72 

My kind respects to all our frinds 



321 (145). 

Arthur Barham person & place John Husseys house place 
Rob. Grove's House, place John Crofts person & place 

W m Gough. person & place W m Goods house place 

Simon Barrett Gen 11 teacher Henry Dent Gen 11 teacher 

Received the Licenses for the forementioned persons & places 

by me 

Ja: Inness jun r 
May 14 th 1672. 



321 (146). 

Received 14 May 1672 these licenses following : 

For y e house of S r John Staply in Hove in Sussex 

For y house of John Fryland in Brightolmston Sussex 

For Joseph Osburne Brightelmston Sussex 

For William Wallis of Hove Sussex 

For y e house of Tho: Fissenden Lewes Sussex 

For John Crouch Lewes Sussex 

Edward Newton 



321 (147). 

Received y e 14 th of May 1672 these Lycences folowing : 

M r Fowler of Kilsby M r Wills of Cransley M r Alsope of Geding- 
ton M r Negus of Welingborough M r Ekins of Twywell M r 
Hooke of Northampton M r Dandy of Oakley Magna M r Willis 
of Ringsted : being for they County of Northampton & Eight in 
Numb r 

I say 

Received by me 

Nath. Ponder 



321 (148). 

Ad<: the back : The Right hon ble the Earl of Arlington 

M r Hughs for his person & home 
M r BeJyei home In Mai borough 
M r Frayling for his peon: Ed: Hopes house at tin 
M' Fofooe for hie person: & M r Minshui house in Chipping Barnel 



S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 345 

Rich. Ellis: Rich. Hunt Griffin Bully's houses in Redding 
And John Freemes house in the devizes 

All these Rec d the 14 th day of Maij 1672 

p me 

Rich: Ellis 



321 (149). 

May 14 th 1672 

Rec d then the licenses for M r Benjamin Perkinss house in Wokingham 
Berks for M r John Rewes house in Shobrooke in Devon for a 
house erected in Totnes in Devon. M rs Alice Hawes house in 
Wockingham in Berks. M r Benjamin Perkins a Teacher in 
Wockingham in Berks. Richard Bakers house Kingsbridge 
Devon. Samuel Maynes house in Hollesworthy Devon. George 
Capels house in Tinmouth in Devon M r W m Yeos house in 
Newton Abbot in Devon Roger Mores house of Greate Tor- 
rington in Devon Richard Bickle a teacher in Buckfastleigh in 
Devon M r Thomas Martines house in Plymouth in Devon 
M r George Bindon as Teacher in the houses of Nicholas Stooke 
& Edward Serle in Culmstock Devon 

Nicholas Stookes & Edward Series houses in Culmstock Devon 

Wiliam Woods house in Tiverton in Devon 

Thomas Sanders's house in little Ixton in Devon 

M r Richard Sanders as a Teacher in Devon 

by me 

Will: Carslake 



321 (150). 

Luke Cranwell person & place John Oatefeild person & place. 

John Rogers a Gen 11 teacher Tho: Whitehead person & place 

John James person & place John Bidly a Gen 11 teacher. 

Stephen Scandrett person & place Meeting place in St. Olaves 

Joshua Barnett person & place. Southwark. 

Rob: Perrot a Gen 11 teacher James Waller person & place 

John Dan a Gen 11 Teacher. 
May the 14 th 1672 
Received the Licenses for the above mentioned persons & places 

I say received by me 

Ja: Inness jun r 



321 (151). 

Rec d this 14 th day of May these 4 licenses 

M r Alliston for himselfe & for his own house the Grange in Cogges- 

hall in Essex 
Edw: Isaac, preacher & the house of 
Gilbert Ashley in Goldington Bedfordshire 

Tho: Taylor 



346 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 321 

321 (152). 

Endorsed : Claytons note 



[B. Ed.} 



M r John Manshipp min r & of the Presbyterian pswasion. praies a 
Lycense to preach within his owne house in Guild-ford in the 
County of Surry or any other place soe Lycensed by His ma t,e 

M r Christopher Wragg min r & of the Presbyterian pswasion prays a 
Lycense to preach &c att Shendfeilds w tf M'n the pish of Margett- 
Jngg w l in the County of Essex ; or any other place soe Lycensed 
by His ma tie 
May 15 th (72) John Clayton 

The like Lycense for M r Henry Dent min r & of the Presbyterian 
pswasion to preach att the Parsonage house in Ramsbury w*in the 
County of Wilts, or att any other place soe Lycensed 

Jo: Clayton 
[At back.] 

Root, Ball, 

Peterfell 



321 (153). 

Addressed : S r Joseph Williamson 

At the Earle of Arlington office, in Stone Gallery. 

M r Richard Astley minister to a Congregacon in & about Hull he is of 

the Congregationall way 
A Licence for him to p r ach &c in the house of M r Jo: Robinson in 

Kingston upon Hull 
A licence for M r Jo: Pakland to p r ach at John Newton his house in 

Auleby in Hullshire he is of the Congregationall way 
A Licence for M r Jo: Marrs house in Newlands in Yorkshire for M r 
Thomas Oliver, who is of the Congregationall way. 
May 15 th Ro BT Collier 



321 (154). 

M r Samuell Pack to have Lycence in his house in hogg Lane in y e 

Parish of St. Leonard Shoreditch being an Independent. [Erased 
M r Samuell Pack to teach 

at M r Geo: Home's house A dyer in Hogg Lane in y e Parish of 
St. Leonard Shoreditch an Independent 
[At back of 154. Query, is it a separate fragment ? Ed] 

the 

William 
May y 1 5 

at 5 in the 
mom i) in '1 be 



S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 34.7 

321 (155). 

I request y u to pursue a Lycence for 

the ffree schole In Leedes in Yorkshire 
M r James Saile of the Presbiterian pswasion to be the Teacher there 
I also request y u Get M r James Sailes Lycence Altered thus (viz 1 ) 

put out Leedes & put in Pudsey 

Alsoe get M r Thomas Thorpe's Lycence altered viz* 

put out Leedes & put in Horton 

[? Timo. Cloudsley. Ed.] 



321 (156). 

M r James Sale l Dresbvterie ns 
M r Thomas Sharp) P resD y tenens 

That they may preach at A house called Scoule-house at Leeds 
toune End 
[At back.] 
Leedes D. Lauderdaill 



321 (157). 

Taken out by mee John Warr the Licences for 

M r Jeremiah French of Bradford Abbas in Dorset. 
M r Bartlet of Over Compton Dorset. 
M r Pearce of North Cheriton Somerset 

j? me 
May the 15 1672 John Warr 



321 (158). 

Rec d y e 15th May 1672 Licences for M r Burton & M r Collier Teachers 

at the houses of John Bevan W m Wilson Jn Crichloe & Rich. 

Cranwell in Coventry 

p Mat: Heppard. 



321 (159). 

May the 15 th 72 
Received then a Lycence for John Martyn to teach in the house of 

Grace Byly 
An other Lycence for a house of Richard Chudwell in Rude parish in 
the Eile of Weight 

by me 

Richard Davies 



321 (160) 

May 15 72 
Received two Licencis for 

M r Richard Pyjohn at Weston nere Southampton 
one for Witt Houghtons house in Swinwick in Hampshere 

received out by 

CUTHBERT MAUNS 
[Mauns. Ed.] 



348 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 321 

321 (161). 

A licence for the person of John Pindar & for the house of John Collyer 
& Robert Sanfield 
received this fifteenth day of May 1672 

taken out by me 

John Pindar 
321 (162) 

May 15 th 1672 
Rec d then a Lycence for M r Thomas Pycke of Blacklee in Lancyshire 
of y e Presbiterian perswasion to Teach in his own hous : 

by mee 

P. Markes 
321 (163) 

May 15 th 1672 
Rec. a Licence for M r Ezechias King to Teach in his owne house in 
Hornesey in Midlesex 

I say 
Rec. 
p Ezechias King Jun r 



321 (164). 

May the 15 th 72 
Received then 3 generall Lycences 

on for Noah Webb another for Samuell Wickham an other for 
Richard Buers all of Surry 
a Lycence for M r Stephen Webb to teach in the house of M r Bradshaw 

I say 

by mee Received 

Dorman Newman 
[Written the reverse way on other fold of the paper. Ed.] 
May e 15 th 1672 
Rec d a Gennerall Lycence for M r Sam Wickham M r Bradshaw M r 
Stephen Webb Richard Briers of Frimley another Gennerall Lycence 
to M r Noah Webb 



321 (165). [An actual printed Licence Gen" Lie. signed and dated. Why, then, 
was it left in the office at Whitehall ? Ed.] 

CHJT^LSS 7^ 
Charley by the (jrace of Qod K^ing of England, Scotland, France, and 
Ireland, Defender of the Faith &c. 

To all {Mayors, 'Bailiffs, Constables, and other Our Officers and [Ministers, 
and {Military, whom it may concern, (greeting. In Pursuance of Our 
'Declaration of the fifteenth of {March 167 J. We do hereby permit and license 
James Briscoe of Toxtcll Parke in Our County of Lancaster of the Terswasion 
commonly called Congregationall to be a Tcicher, and to teach in any place licensed 
and allowed by Us, according to Our said 'Declaration. 

Given at Our Court at Whitehall the Sixteenth day of May in the 
2\ih Tear of Our T{eign, 1672. 

'By His {Majesties Command 

JT^LlC^qTO{Ni 






S. P. TDom. Car. II. 321 



349 



321 (166). 

Endorsed : Given in by L d Holies 

May 16. 72 



[B. Ed.] 



The Person. M r Michael Drake of Fulbeck in the County of Lincolne, 

minister of the gospell of the presbyterian pswasion 
The place the house of the sd Michael Drake in the Towne and 

County aforesd 
The Person. M r John Birkett of Freiston in the parish of Cathorpe in 

the County of Lincolne minister of the Gospel of the 

presbyterian pswasion 
The place the house of the s d John Birkett in Swinderby in the 

County aforesd 
The Person. M r Joseph Lee of Ashby de la laund in the County of 

Lincolne minister of the Gospell of the presbyterian 

pswasion 
The place The house of Edward Kinge Esq r in the Towne and 

aforesaid 
The Person M r John Wright of Leasingham in the County of Lin- 
colne minister of the gospell of the presbyterian 

pswasion 
The Place The house of the Lady Jane Berry in Linwood grange 

in the County aforesd 
The Person M r Richard Hobson of Ellenthorpe in the County 

Yorke minister of the gospell of the presbyterian 

pswasion 
The Place The house of James Brooke Esq 1 " in the Towne and 

County aforesd 
the Person Henery Wilkinson D r of Divinity of Gosfeild in the 

County of Essex minister of the Gospell of the 

presbyterian pswasion 
the Place The house of the sd Henery Wilkinson in the Towne 

and County aforesd: 
the Person M r John Denton of Osgoodby Grange in North Riding 

of the County of Yorke minister of the Gospel of 

the presbyterian pswasion 
the place The house of M r John Scurr: in the County aforesaid. 

[The handwriting the same as that of 321 (140). This is a duplicate which 
is dated May 14th, and signed Will Thompson. Ed.] 



321 (167). 

Rec d for M r Drake a licence for his pson & one for his house: the 

Rec d for M r Lee a licence for his pson and a lisence for the house of 

Edward King Esq r 
Likewise for John Wright: for the house of the Lady Jane Berry 
Likewise for John Birkett : the house of the s d John Birkett 

May the sixteenth day: 1672 
W. Thompson 



350 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 321 

321 (168V 

I doe hereby acknowledge to have received the i6 lh of May 1672 two 
Lycences graunted by his Ma tie to M r Edward Alflat preacher for 
his person and house 

Witness my hand 

Ric: Marshall 



321 (169) 

May the 16: 1672 

Rec d then one lycence for M r Robert Ottie to teach in his owne house 
in Beckles in y e county of Suff 

Edw: Swift 
May the 16: 1672 
Rec d then another Lycence for M r William Ames to teach in a meeting 
house erected by nonconformists in Wrentham in Suff: 

Edw: Swift 



321 (170). 

Addressed : For M r Mascall att y e 
3 conyes in Romford 

M r Mascall, 

Since yo r departure I have had a conceit that blood hath detayned 
the personall Licences in his handes for me & M r Kiteley till you send 
him up word of the money which he mentions. & therefore If you write 
to him write smartly that we cannot take it kindly to be so disingenu- 
ously dealt with as if he would stop our personall Licences though he 
knows us both, & only send downe Licences for o r houses which signifle 
nothinge without a person ; and we should have taken it better if he had 
sent downe the personall Licences and Left it to o r Courtesy in what 
we would gratifie the Clerkes and DooreKeep with rather then to have a 
sum imposed upon us, Contrary to y e Kinges Express Comand that 
nothinge should be required ; & therefore advise him to send downe pre- 
sently the personall Licences For Thomas Gilson & Kitely lest 
they make their address some other way. For they are disturbed with 
the delay 

These Fro 

Yo r Lovinge & thankfull Frende 

May 16: 1972 Tho: Gilson 



321 (171). 

Endorsed : Copie Licences 

Gilson to M r Mascall. May 16. 72 



Copie 

M r Mascall 

Since your departure I have had a conceit that Blood that Blood 

hath detained the personal] Licences in his hand for me k M r Kitely 

till you send him up word of the money w ch he mentions, & therefore 

HI write to him write siuaitly, that We cannot take it kindly to be 



8. P. TDom. Car. II. ^21 ^51 



soe disingenuously dealt with, as if he would stop our personall Licence:. 
though he knowes us both, & onely send down Licences for Our 
howses w ch signified nothing without a person, and We should have 
taken it better if he had sent down the personall licences, & left it to 
Our Courtesy in what we would gratify the Clerkes & Dore Keepers 
with rather then to have a summ imposed upon Us contrary to the 
Kings expresse Command, that nothing should be required & therefore 
advise him to send down presently the personall Licences for Thomas 
Gilson & Kiteley lest they make their addresse some other way, for 
they are disturbed with the delay. 

These from 

Your loving & thankfull friend 

Tho: Gilson 
May 16, 72 

For M r Mascall att the 
3 Conyes in Rumford. 

[All in Mr. Benson's hand. Ed.] 



321 (172). 

Endorsed : Coventry Indulgence 
D r Brian 

[Sir Jos. Williamson. Ed.] 

To the Kings most Excellent Ma tie 

The humble Petition of some Protestant Christians of the Parish of 
the Holy Trinity in Coventry 

Sheweth 

That yo r Petitioners have with all dutifulnes and humility con- 
sidered yo r Ma ties late gracious Declaration, published by advice of yo r 
Ma ties most Hon r ble privy Councell, whereby yo r Ma tie is pleased to 
suspend the execucon of all manner of penall Lawes in matters Ecclesi- 
asticall against those that doe not conforme to the Church of England. 
And that yo r Ma tie is thereby graciously pleased to declare y l yo r Ma ties 
Royall Indulgence should not extend to those that meete in any place 
not allowed or that the teacher of any congregation is not approved by 
yo r Ma tie . In thankefulnes and submission to which gracious Indulgence 
and dispensation yo r Peticone r s are incouraged Humbly to beseech & 
supplicate yo r Ma tie to be pleased to give yo r Ma ties Royall allowance 
that the house scituate within the said Parish belonging to the company 
of Shoemakers, called St. Nicholas Hall be allowed of by yo r Ma lie to be 
a place for yo r Peticoners (& others that please to assemble there for their 
publique WorPP & Devotion) 

And that yo r Ma tie would likewise be graciously pleased to approve that 
John Bryan Doctor in Divinity our late Pastor be the teacher of the said 
Assembly or Congregation there : And yo r Petitions doe promise not to 
use permitt or extend this yo r Ma ties Royall favo 1 * and indulgence for 
the exercise or preaching any Doctrine tending to sedition or to the 
derogation of the governm 1 of the Established Church of England 



352 S. P. T>om. Car, II. 321 

And yo r petitioners shall cheerefully and readily in all obedience 
serve yo r Ma tic with their lives and (Fortunes, And as in dutie bound 
shall likewise ever pray for your Ma tic * long & prosperous Raign 
Henry Herbart Edward Carter John Healtard 

Charles Wintcrton Richard Webster Ab: Owen 

Richard Hunt Richard: Phillips John Hunt 

Samuell Cravencn Simon: Lucas William hunt 



321 (173). 

D r John Bryon of Coventrey desire a Lycence to teach in the house of 
Robert Heywords of the presbyter perswation 
My Lord Cravan was to Call for this Lycenc 



321 (174). 

Endorsed : Cambridge Huntingdon 



[B. Ed. 



A Schedule of the meeting places and teachers desired by the baptised 
Congregations in the Countyes of Cambridge and Huntington (viz.) 

The houses of In the county of Cambridge 

John Dennis + at Wilbram Magna Edw d Hancock Teacher 
Tho: Waller + at Swaffam prior Tho: Waller Teacher 
W m Davis + At Trumpington, Gyles Taylor Teacher 
Widdow Pate + At Harston, W m Homerston Teacher 
Benj: Metcalfe + At Melbourne, Benjamin Medcalfe Teacher 
Tho: Meeres + At March Edmond Smyth. Teacher 
Joshua Jonson + At Wisbech Thomas Tayler. teacher 
Widd: Sherwood + At Ely, W m Blackbome Teacher 
Tho: Gotobed + At Stretham Abraham Coe Teacher 
Witt: Cranford + At Over, Robert Cole Teacher 

In the County of Huntington 
the houses of 

Edmond Male + At Fenystanton, Edmond Moyle Teacher 
Tho: Gates + At Ellington, Thomas Gates. Teacher 
Widd: Weeden -f At Gormonchester j John Lacy Teacher 
A Hired meeting house) . c . T T , ~ t- . 

of John Denne \ + At St * Ives > J ohn Denne ' T ^cher 
Robt: Stokelcy + At Warboy Thomas Chapman Teacher 

To be called for by 

John Denne 
321 (176). 
Received the Licences follg. 

of John Lacy Teacher 

of Widdow Weedem house 

of Edmond Males house 

of Mayle Teacher 

ut William lilatkuouinc Teacher 



-5*. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 



353 



of Ed: Hancock Teacher 

of Thomas Gates Teacher 

of Thomas Gates house 

of Robert Stokleys house 

of Abraham Coe Teacher 

of John Dennis house 

of Edw: Smyth Teacher 

of William Homerston Teacher 

of John Denns house 

of Will: Davis house 

of Gyles Taylor Teacher 

of Rob* Cole Teacher 

of Benj. Metcalf. Teacher 

of Benj. Metcalfs house 

of Will: Cranfords house 

of Tho: Gotobeds house 

of Tho: Chapman Teacher 

of John Denn. Teacher 

of Tho. Taylor Teacher 

of Widd: Pates house 

Tho: Wallers house 

of Joshua Jonsons house 

Tho Walker Teacher 

Tho: Meeres house 

Widd: Sheewood's house 



all in Huntington 
and Cambrdgshire 



p Thomas Denne 



321 (176). 
Endorsed 



Ponders note Northampton 



[B. Ed.] 



M r John Rowlett of y e Presbyterian perswasion in y e Mansion howse of 

M rs Anne Elmes in Warmington Northamptonshire. 
M r Nathaniel Whiting of y e Congregationall perswasion in the Mansion 

howse of y e Lady Pykering in Tichmersh Northtonsh. 
M r Hen Searle being dead. 
M r Matthew Orlebar of y e presbyterian perswasion in his now dwelling 

house in Polebrook Ifcm 
M r John Maydwell being allready allowed desires approbation for his 

own dwelling house in Kettering. Northton 
And an Approbation of y e dwelling house of M r Sam 1 Whitbye in Great 

Addington, Northton 

Jennings of ye Presbyterian persuasion in the dwelling house of 

M rs Pheasant in West Langton. Leicestershire 

Approbation is desired for y e house of M r Robert Maunsell in 

Newton. Northampton. 

Deliver them to 

Nathaniel Ponder 

23 



Mr 



An 



354 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 321 

321 (177). 

Endorsed : Ponders note 

[B. Ed.] 

M r James Pearson of the Congregationall perswasion at the House of 

S r Bulstrode WhiteLock at Chilton Lodge : Wiltshire 
Congrega: M r John Whiternan at the house of M r Geo: Cokain at 

Cotton End in the parish of Cardington in Bedfordshire 
Congrega: M r George Cokain at his owne house in Redcrosse Street 
London 

Pray Deliver these 'to 

Nath. Ponder 



321 (178). 

Wee desire That Anthony Henthorns house in the City of Chester be 
Licensed for M r William Wokey a presbiterian and his Congrega- 
tion 
The said Anthony Henthorn is a Tradesman in sugar. 

Given in by 
D 



321 (170). 

Endorsed : Kiffons note. 



[B. Ed.] 



M r Rob 1 Keat of Wantage in ye County of Barks in y e houss of Aron 

Joanes 
M r Barttmew Tull of Grove in y e parish of Wantage aforesaid in his 

housse 
M r Daniell Birch a Rome in y houss of David Joanes in ye parish of 

St. Butald Bishopsgate 
M r Thomas Harrison a Rome in his possession in y e parish of St. Butald 

Bishopsgate 

p W M Kiffon 



321 (180). 

Endorsed : Yorkeshire. 

[B. Ed.] 

A gen r all Lycence for M r William Lucker of Bridlington in the County 
of Yorke a Nonconformist Minister to preach in the Townes house 
called the Court house in Bridlington or elsewhere in any Licensed 
Towne in England 
The like for Cornelius Todd of Healey Manno r in Yorkeshire a Master 
of Arts to preach in or nigh y e Towne of Leedes in the same 
County or elsewhere in any Licensed Towne of England 
desired and will bee called for by 

J. Acklam 
[? P. As in 321 (215). Ed ] 



S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 355 

321 (181). 

Endorsed : M r Prowse's note 

[B. Ed.] 

A Licence for M r John Groffe of the Presbeterian Judgm* to preach to 
a people in y e house belonging to Ruth Rookelifes Widdow in y e 
parish of Stalbridge in the County of Dorsetsheire 

The howse belonginge to William Webber in the parish of Sampford 
Peverell in the County of Devon is pray for a place of Worship for 
those of y e Congregaconall Judgm 1 to meet in 

p PROWSE 

[Mr. R. Prowse. Ed.] 



321 (182) 

Endorsed : Prowse's note. Berks, Devon. 2 Licences 

[B. Ed.] 

A Licence for Thomas Chesman Master of Arts to preach to a people 

of y e Presbiterian NonConformity 
The place to be in his owne house in the parish of East-Ilsley in the 

County of Berks. 
A Licence for Lewes Hacche to preach to a people of the Presbiterian 

Judgment 
The place for their Worship to be in the howse of M r Robert Hacche in 

y e parish of Saterley in the County of Devon 

p PROWSE 



321 (183). 

Endorsed : Prettlewell 



[B. Ed.] 



M r Christopher Scott M r of Arts Prisbiterian 

Humbly desires yo r Licence for his Person and for M rs Fareborne's 
[erased] and M r Robert Buttlers Houses, both scituate in Prettle- 
well. Essex 



321 (184). 

Endorsed : Bucks 

[B. Ed.] 

Edward Terry 

Congregational perswasion 

at M rs Anne Fleetwood widow 

her house in the parish of Chalfont Giles in the county of Bucks. 
M r Radcliffe to cal for the Licences 

232 



356 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 321 

321 (185). 

Endorsed : Bedford 

B. Ed.] 

Isaac Bedford of the independent perswasion to preach to a congregation 
in his owne house at Clifton in Bedfordshire 

[Mr. Radcliffe. Ed.] 



321 (186). 

M r Joseph Dawson Presbeterian to Teach or Preach in a New Brick 
house in Leeds Briggate 

[A different hand from the footnote. Ed.] 

Given in by L d Lauderdaile's Secry 

[B. Ed.] 

TAt back.] 

25 10 
2305 



48-15 



321 (187). 

Endorsed : Litchfield 

[B. Ed.] 

A meeting place at John Wade of Stafford for Presbyt [Erased.] 

A meeting place at M r John Barker's for Presbyt. in City of Litchfield. 

Staff. 
A licence for M r William Turton a Presbyt. a generall License [Erased.] 

[Rich. Steele. Ed.] 



321 (188). 

Endorsed : Daberons note 

[B. Ed.] 

for the house of John Daberon in y e parish of Wallton upon Thames in 
Surry : presbiterian 

for John Daberon: 






321 180). 

orscd : Cole 

IB. Ed.] 

For M r Thomas Cole of the Congregationall perswasion to teach in v 
towne ball of Henley upon Thames in tin- County of Oxford or 
any other licenced place 



S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 357 

321 (190). 

Jn: Browne 

The minister's name is Robert Traill 

The place is Babers Cross in the parish of Cranebrook in the County of 
Kent in the house of William Love Carrier, the Congregation is 
presbiterian : 
[Note at back in blue pencil. Formerly pinned to a paper, 15 May, 1672.] 



321 (191) 

Endorsed : Glocester. 

[B. Ed.] 

The house of John Gloster Esq. of Marshfeeld in y e County of Gloster 

Presbiterian 

[Tho: Blood. Ed.] 



321 (192). 

Endorsed : Gloucester. 



[B. Ed. 



Edward Hancocke of Horfeild in County of Glouc. Presbit. 

321 (198). [Torn.] 

ridwa 
The house of Christian Hood in Longdon 
The house of Edward Brughton in Longdon 



[Tho: Blood. Ed.] 



321 (194). 

Received the licences for 

of y e Howse of George Ward in Bradford 

a Licence for George Wards Parson 

for John Hall in Bradford 

the house of John Balme in Bradford 

James Brisco in lankaster 

John Hall in Bradford 

by Tho: Blood 



321 (195). 

Addressed : For M r John Rawe 

at his Chamber in 
Lincolns Inne 

These. 
London. 3 

Son 

you are desired to procure two Licences ; one for M r Robert 
Lever to exercise his ministry at his dwelling house called Scutehouse in 



358 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 321 

the Parish of Branspeth in the County of Durha, and one also for 
M r Robert Plesaunce the exercising his Ministry in his dwelling house at 
Bishop- Auckland in this sd County, both of them Presbyterian ministers 
And to send down the sd Licences hither with what expedition you can 
conveniently 

Yo: Lo. Fathr 
Durha May Rich: Rawe 

Saturday. 17. /72 

M r Swadell at my L d Arling 



321 (106). 

Received 17 May 1672 one License for 

the house of Richard Hay ward in Weeke in the County of Somer- 
set : one for the House of John Laver of Coat, and one for the 
house of Alice Hawker in the same County, 

p Barnabv Hallet 



321 (197). 

Endorsed : Lights note. 

[B. Ed.] 

A Licence for y e House of John Woodbridge of Hadenham in y e Isle 

of Ely ; 
A Licence for y e House of Will: Outlar of Strettam in y e Isle of Ely 
A Licence for y e House of Edmund Avy in Ockington in Cambridgesh r 
All for Meetings of people of y e Congregationall perswasion 
17: May M R Light. 

321 (197a). 

[On leaf, unnumbered, after 197A I., 197A II., 197A III., and 197A IV. ; 
clearly belonging to 197A, and correcting Dr. B.'s date from February to 
April. Ed.] 

Endorsed : 8 Ap. 1672 
D'B. 
5 licences 
Slater 
Pedger 
Winke 
Marshall 

Swinhow 
[At back.] 

Addressed : For Sir Joseph Williamson. 

Feb. ye 8th 72 
Indeed you bee a naughty man to send mee foure of six unsign< 
pray returm them mended. I pray licence for 

1 . M r Samuell Slater M r of Arts for his house in Walthamstow 

generall licence 

2. for .\ I ledger M r of Arts of London 



S. P. T>om. Car. II. 321 



359 



3. the same for M r Peeter Winke M r of Arts of London & forget 

not him in my last 

4. M r George Swinhow his house in Weedred in y e parish of 

Ammersham in Bucks, all presbiterian 

5. M r Christopher Martiall is congregationall which I mistooke & 
you may alter, if you please. I have an address, which I think best to 
deliver you & not to send. I would speak with you at your leisure as 
to M r Chambre. I thank you for your long lookd for and am most 
certainly 



S<' 



Yours in sincerity 



M 



I have ordered my boy to 
your leisure all theese are 
as done by our friend W. 
his frend unknowne 

I must send for two more, 
both out of Essex, to be signed. 
I have sent you the letter to ly by you. 



321 (197a I.). 

M r Samuel Everard's house at Childe Hill in Hamsted Par. 

[Not Sir J. W.'s mem. Ed.] 
Congregationall 

[Sir J. Williamson. Ed.] 



321 (197a II). 

M r Giles Firmin att Redgwell in Essex 

The place he desires is Thomas Bryon's house 



321 (197a III). 

M r Nathaniell Whiting 

who liveth att A little Towne Called Cranford in North ton shiere 

Desireth to have Liberty to preach in his house there. 
Congregationall 

[Sir J. W. Ed.] 



321 (197a IV). 

M r John Coale at Weathersfield in Essex 
The place he Desires is his owne house 



360 S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 

321 (197b). 

Endorsed : Indulgence. Town of Dorchester. Apr. 72 

[B. Ed.] 



To the Kings most excellent Majestic 
The most humble Petition of several Inhabitants in the Towne of Dor- 
chester, in the Countie of Dorcett, in behalf of themselves, and 
others. 
Sheweth 

That your Petitioners, being encouraged, by ycur Majesties most 
gracious Declaration of March the 15 th doe prostrate themselves at your 
Majesties Feet, humbly supplicating that they may participate in your 
Royall Favour 

That your Majestie would vouchsafe to allow the Houses of John 
West & John Marsh or either of them situate within the sayd Town of 
Dorchester for theyr Place to meet, and assemble in, for theyr publick 
worship, and devotion : and to Approve George Hamond, Master of 
Arts, of the Universitie of Oxford, and Minister of the Gospell, for 
theyr Teacher. 

Humbly praying the continuance of your Majesties gracious Protec- 
tion, as long as they live peaceably, and discharge all the duties of most 
loyall, and grateful! subjects, and observe the cautions, expressed in your 
Ma ties sayd gracious Declaration. 

Soe shall your Petitioners more chearfully follow theyr callings, and 
most fervently power forth theyr dayly praiers unto Allmighty God for 
your Majesties long, and prosperous reigne over your great, and flourish- 
ing Kingdomes. 

John West William Twiss 

Joseph Michell Richard Atkins 

John Gilbert Tho: Hall 

John Torrington Sam: Symes 

Abraham Templeman W m Churchill 



321 (197c). 

Endorsed : Lincollne, Yorkeshire. 



M r Benson 



[B. Ed.] 



A Lycence is desired for M r John Rooke of the Congrega- 
tional pswasion to teach att a Certaine house Called the west hall in 
Hatfeild in Yorkshire 

Aboc I Lycence for M r James Abdy of the p r sbterian pswasion to 
teach att the house of one M r Powell in the City of Lincolne 

[Timo: Cloudsley. Ed.] 



321 (197i>). 

Endorsed : Maddox's note. 
A Roome or Roomes in the house of 

William Right of Kenelworth in the County of Warwick, for 
those that a r of the Presbyterian perswasion 






S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 361 

A Roome or Roomes in the house of 

William Smyth of Kenelworth in the County of Warwicke for 
those y l are of the Presbyterian perswasion. 
16 May : Maddox 



321 (198). 

S^- 
It is the request and petition of severall of the p r sbyterian per- 
swasion to obteine a License for an house in Pensford in Somersetshire, 
now in the possession of Thomas Ford ; they alsoe desire that M r 
Francis Cross of Bristoll Doct r of Physicke be the person licensd to 
preach in that meeting house ; w ch is attested by the Hands of these 
whose names are subscribed 

May 18: 72 Cor: Lyde 

Ed: Warrin 
William Flatcher 
Na: Holbatch 
Robert Bagnall 
Robert Rannalls 
John Poole 



321 (199). 

Endorsed : Cludsley's note. Cludsley's note 

[B. Ed.] 

M r Benson 

Lycenses are desired as followeth, 
for M r Jno Rooke Congregationall att westhall att Hatfeild in Yorkshire 
for M r Richard Taylor Congregationall at M r Jno. Wadsworths house 

in Swath in Yorkshire 
for M r Jn Issott Jun r Congregationall att the House of M r Jn Issott 

sen 1 " in Horbery in Yorksh. 
for Thomas Whitehead Presbiterian att the house of James Dukenson 

in Lower Kellett in the County of Lancaster 
Alsoe a Lycence for the House of Robert Hall within Bolton by the 

Sands in the County of Lancaster 
for M r Rich d Coore (of the trew Christian pswasion not against epis- 

copall presbeterian or independant but called an Antinomian) att 

his owne house in Tonge in Yorkshire 
A Lycence for a Certaine house in or neare Leedes in Generall Termes 

because they cannot Certanely fix upon one for y e present for people 

of the presbiterian pswasion to meet in 

M r Benson I pray when these are done let them be delivered to 
M r Hugh Reynolds whome I doe hereby request to take out & keepe 
by him till they are sent for by 

yo r serv 1 
1 8 th May 1672. Tim Cloudsley 

As for this of M r Coores itt is of his owne wording in his letter & I 
pray let itt be fill'd up accordingly 



362 S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 

321 (200). 

M r Jn Rooke Congregationall att west Hall in Hatfeild in Yorkshire 

M r Rich d Taylor Congregationall att John Wadsworth's House att 

Swath in Yorkeshire 
M r John Issott Jun r Congregationall att Jn Issott sen r his House in 

Horberry in Yorkshire 
M r Thomas Whitehead Presbiterian att James Dickensons house in 

Lower Kellett in Lankashire 
A Lycence for the House of Robert Hall within Bolton by the Sands in 
Lankashire for Presbt rs to meet in. 
Pray let these be ready for 

Tim Cloudsley who will 
call for them 



321 (201). 

Of Dover 
Nathanael Barry M r of Arts Teach r Presbiterian 
Their Meeting Place. 
An out House belonging to y e dwelling House of M r Edwards in 
y e Towne & Porte of Dover 

Of Beaksborne 
Edward Coppin M r of Arts Teacher Presbiterian 

Meeting Places 

1. The dwelling House of M r Edward Coppin of y e parish of 

Beaksbourn in y e County of Kent 

2. The Hall belonging to Wooten Court of y e Parish of Wotton, 

in ye County of Kent 
Given In May y e 18 th 1672 

[Rob fc Mascall. Ed. 1 



321 (202). 

Of Dover 

1. Nath: Barry, M r of Arts Teach r Presbiterian 

Their Meeting Place. 
An out House belonging to y e Delling house of M r Jn Edwards there, 
viz. in y e Towne & Porte of Dover, 

of The parish of Beaksbourne, Kent. 

2. Kdw: Coppin M r of Arts, Teacher, Presb n 

Meeting Place 
he dwelling House of y e sd: Edw. Coppin there. 

Mali belonging to Wootten Court in y e pish of Wootton. 
Given in May y e 18 th 1672. 

[Robt Mascall. Ed.] 



321 (203). 

May 18: 1672 
Nuttall his own house in Rendham, Suffolk 
Will. Manning His own house in Peasenhall, Suff. 




S. P. T>om. Car. II. 321 



363 



Samuel Manning His own house in Walpool. Suff. 
John Manning His own house in Peasenhall Suff. 
Robert Smith, 

For Joseph Gilders house in Wessleton in the County of Suffolk 
R d the Licenses for the persons and places above mentioned 

p me Tho: Danson 
May 18: 1672. 



321 (204). 

May: i8* h : 72. 
Rec d then 2 Licences one for M r Tho: Seabornes house in Hereford 
another for M r Primeroses house in Tidston in Herefordsh. 

p me Timothy Wood 



321 (205). 

Received May y e 18 th 1672 
A Licence for D r Homes & for his house in Upper Morefields 
Also rec d then a License for M r Samuel Lee of Islington And for 
the House of M r Sam Lee there, & for y e dwelling house of M r 
Barker, and of M r George Thwing there 

n me Rob t Mascall 



321 (206). 

[At margin of back.] 
Geo: Biss Gen 11 teacher 
meeting pi 

Geo: Biss Gen 11 teacher 

Sam: Bunnett's house (meeting 
place) 

Dame Woolfry's house (place) 

Dorothy Chaplains house 

John Forth's house 

John Hulatts house 

The house of James Wood 

The house of George Leigh. 

Dan: Andrews house 

Tho: Moore his own house in 
Milton Abbas Dorsett. 

W m Rodbeards house a Meet- 
ing place in Norton. 

Received the Licenses above 
on the 18 th of May 167: 



[Ja: Inness jun r . Ed.] 
John Pitts house there place 
John Dammers house 
Martin Morland (his own house in 

Hackney) 
John Wests house 
Meeting place built by the in- 
habitants of Chewbent. 
Humphrey Weaver his own house 

in Crundall Southampton 
William Balls house 
W m Wickens Gen 11 teacher 
Francis Keeling Gen 11 teacher 



menconed psons & places 
1 

I say received by me 

Ja: Inness jun r 



364 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 321 

321 (207). 

M r John Dyer, Gen 11 teacher. 

M r Woods house 

M r Edw: Hancock, Gen 11 teacher. 

M r Ware's house 

M r Geo: Biss Gen 11 teacher 

Received the above menconed Licenses by 

Ja: Inness jun r 

321 (208). 

I humbly desire a Licence for M r Henry Butler, minister of the per- 
suasion comonly called Congregationall, to exercise his ministeriall func- 
tion in the house of M r Elias Barnes scituate in the Towne of Yeavill 
and Countye of Somerset. 

John Warr 

The pecon [petition] of so of his congregaon is anexed 



321 (208 I.) 

Endorsed : Indulgence Towne of Yeavill R. 1 8 May 



[B. Ed.] 



To the Kings most Excellent Maiestye 
The humble petition of the persons whose names are subscribed in 
the behalfe of themselves, and the rest of their congregation, 
Sheweth 

That your Majestys humble petitioners having with all thanke- 
fullness and humilitye seen and perused your Majestys Gracious 
declaration for the Libertye of Tender Consciences, as a fruit thereof, 
doe humbly desire your Majestys Licence for M r Henry Butler our 
Pastor, of the judgment commonly called, Congregationall, to exercise 
his Ministeriall Function in a Roome or Roomes in the house of 
M r Elias Barnes scituate in the Towne of Yeavill and Countye of 
Sommerset. The said Elias Barnes consenting thereunto, And your 
petitioners as in Duetye bound, shall pray for your Majestys long 
and prosperous Raigne. 

Henry Butler W m Sugge 

John Bullocke David Claydon 

Gyles Hayne Henry Coate 



321 (209) 

M r Henry Butler of Yeavill in Somersetshire 

M r Benjamin Walters of Bradford Abbas Dorsetshire. 

[John Warr. Ed.] 

BIO). 

phei 1 owlard of Redding in barkshire presbyterian 
at the howse of Griffith Bubly 
The howse of Alderman Andrews in Essex 

[Tho: Blood. Ed.] 
Given in by Thomas Blood, May 19. 

[B. Ed.] 






S. P. T>om. Car. II. 321 365 

321 (211). 

Endorsed : Clayton's note. 

[B. Ed.] 

M r Rowland Hancock min r and of the p r sbiterian psuasion prays a 

licence to preach at his house called Shercliffe hall in the county of 

Yorke, and in any other place soe licenced 
M r Edward Pryme min r and of the presbiterian pswasion prays a licence 

to preach in his owne house in the parish of Sheffeild & county of 

Yorke & in any other place soe licenced. 
M r Matthew Bloome min r & of the p r sbiterian pswasion prays a licence 

to preach in the now dwelling house of M r Arthur Powell in 

Attercliffe and in any other place soe licensed 
M r John Wood Min r and of the p r sbiterian pswasion prays a licence 

to preach in his owne house in the parish of Norton & county of 

Derby and in any other place soe licenced 
M r William Blyth of the parish of Norton in the countie of Darby of 

the presbiterian pswasion prays a licence to teach in his owne house 

& in any other place soe licenced 
M r Matthew Bloome min r and of the p r sbiterian pswasion prays a 

licence to teach in the house of M r Robert Cliffe at Mold in the 

county of Darby and in any other place soe licenced. 
M r Samuell Shelmardine min r & of the p r sbiterian pswasion prays a 

licence to preach in the house of M r Henry Wigley of Cromford 

in the county of Darby and in any other place soe licensed. 

John Clayton 
May 20 th 1672 

321 (212). 

Endorsed : M r Turpin 

[The same handwriting as the memo. Ed.] 



Licences desired May 20: 1672 
M r John Meadowes minister Presbyterian for y e house of Elizabeth 

Nelson widdow in Stowmarket Suffolk 
M r Thomas Holborough of Batisford Presbyterian for house There in 

Suffolk 
M r Richard Jennings Presbyterian for his house at Combes in Suffolk 
M r John Wilkinson Presbyterian minister for the round house in 

Walsham Lewill in Suffolk 
M r William Goodrich Presbyterian for his owne house in Hissett in 

Suffolk 
M r John Jessup Presbyterian in Norfolk 

for his owne house in South Lopham there 
M r Thomas Newman Independant for y e house of Andrew Allen in 

Cawston in Norfolk 
M r Barwickes in Oldton in Norff. 

[Torn.] 



366 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 321 



321 (213). 

May 24 th 1672 
Rec d then 2 licencyes for M r Stephen More independant for his meetting 
In the house of Barnabas Bloxon in Winchester Yard in Southward 
I say, Rec d by mee the day above written 

S. Pirie 



321 (214). 

May the 20 th 1672 
Received then a License for James Davies to preach in his owne house 
at Cardigan and another for Jenkin Jones to teach in his owne 
house at Kilgerran in Penbrokeshire 

In witnes whereof I have heere unto set my hand 

Stephen Hughes 



321 215). 

20 th day of May 1672 
Rec d then a generall Lycence for Cornelius Todd of Healy Manno 1 " in 

the County of Yorke 
As also one for William Lucke of Bridlington in the County of Yorke 

p me 

J. Acklam 
[? P. Ed.] 



321 (216). 

May y e 20 th 72 
this day I rec d these licences followinge 
John James Teacher att Widow Reads house 
Samuell Newell Teacher att Jonathan Everards House 
Tho: Greatons house Elliz: Linsey house 
John Jacksons preacher att William Bradleys house 
being 8 in number. 

I say rec d by me 

Owen Davies: 



321 (217). 

A Roome or roomes in the dwelling-house of Charles Sanders in Priston 
in the County of Somerst 
May 21. 1672 To be called for by M r Payne 

[Walter Payne. Ed.] 






321 218). 

ence for M ler William Vowsden a minister of the presbyterian per- 

for the Manhood in Sussex, and a Licence for the house of 

William Squire in the parish of East Wittering in Sussex. As 

also for the house of M r Edward Cole in Birdham, in Sussex ami 

the house of Cornelius FreeUnd in Siddlesham in Sussex ; and for 

any other house in the Manhood : 

May 21. 

[B. Ed] 



S. P. "Bom. Car. II. 321 



367 



321 (219). 

Licenses for W m Fletcher Anabaptist, Samuel Marner Independent, & 
Richard Garrett Independent, all in y e county of Sussex. 
Delivered this 2 I th day of May 1672 to me 

W: Howard 



321 (220). 

Received y e 21 st of May 1672 these Lycences for preachers Folowing 
M r Whiteing M r John Rowlett M r Matthew Orlebar M r John 
Whiteman M r James Pearson M r George Cockayne & the houses 
of M r J: Mancell in Newton M r Samuell Whitby M r Jo: Mayd- 
well : M r Phesant 

I say rec d 

p Nath. Ponder. : 15 



321 (221). 

Rece d the 21* of May 1672 att the office of the Earle of Arlington 

A Licence for M r Joseph Dawson to preach in his Dwelling house 

in the parish of hallifax in the county of Yorke 

p Robert Whittell 



321 (222). 

Preachers 



Meeting places 
JTitch-Marsh in Northamtonsheere 
( y e house & barn of James Cole 

jthe house of John Conquest in 
\ Wilden in Bedfordsheere 

his owne house in Bonehurst in Bedfordsheere 
fy e house & barne of William Pasheller 
\ in Mouldsworth in Huntingtosheere 
(the house of Tho: Welles of 
( Midlow in Huntingtonsheere 

(the barn of Tho. Richards in 
this pson is licenced alredy ( Kayshow in Bedfordsheere 

Tfor y e house of Tho. Driver & Nicho: Ben- 
-[ nett in Talbott Court in Grace Church 
Streete London 



George Fowler for 

William Cradocke for 
Symond Haynes for 
Oliver Mason for 

Ralph: Luke for 
John Donne 



Thomas Jayse & 
Thomas Clayton 

All congregationall 

[The list of names and places is in another handwriting. Ed.] 
Deliver these to nobody but me 
22 May Tho: Taylor 

321 (223). 

[At top of back.] 

May 22 

Turpin 

[In Turpin's handwriting. Ed.] 

M r Thomas James of Needham-markett \. ff 
M r Thomas Waterhouse of West Creating) in butt * 
of the Congregationall pswasion 



368 S. P. 'Bom. Car. II. 321 

M r John Fayrefax of Barkinge | . /r 
M r Samuel Springs of Creatingej 
of the presbyterian pswasion 
The house that they are to be lycenced to preach in is an outhouse 
belonginge to Margaret Roger in Needham Market widdowe in 
Suffolke 
[Back.] 
These 
Wittm Hanby Attorney 

lodging at the 3 Goates in Holborne or else at TretwelPs shoo- 
maker Barnard's Inne 
ds In London 



321 (224). 

William Smalwood Deseyers A Licence to teach in his owne house 
Beinge A pristbeyteryane in his Judgment and Lives at Maple 
Durham in the Countey of Oxfordsh r 
May 22 th 1672 Will m Loveday 

[Written on the fold of paper, reverse way.] 
William Smallwood of the Prisbyteryan perswatyon 



321 (225). 

Rec d this 22 th of May 1672 these followinging lycences : 
Preachers Meeting-places 

Stephen Hawthorn \ his own house in Turvy 
Thomas Cooper ' William Findens house Okley 
John Allen Widow Reads house in Steventon 

Daniel Negoos : ) Robert Clares house in Pavenham 
William Arms house Cranfield 
George Priddons house in Edworth 
Sarah Tomkin's house in Molden 
William Maxys house in Haine 
all in Bedfordshire William Man's house in Stadgedon 
John Baxter's house in Kempston 

p Tho: Taylor 



821 (226). 

22 d May 1672 
Rec d then y e Lycences for the psons & places after named 
for Robert Halls House in Bolton on y e Sands in Lankashire 
for M r Thomas Whitehead att James Dukensons att Lower Kellctt in 

lkashire 
for Richard Taylor att Swath in Yorkshire att M r Jn Wadsworths 

House 
for Jn Issctt Jun r att his faths house Horbery in Yorkshire 

p Tim Cloudslbyi 






S. P. T)om t Car. II. 321 369 



321 (227). 

May 22 
Then Received 
A License for the house of John Robinson in Lancashire 
A Lycense for M r Peter Aspinwall Presbyterian 

W M Maddox 



321 (228). 

May 22. 72. 
Received then M r Jo: Spilsbury of Bromsgrove in Worcestershire his 
licences for himselfe and his house 

I say rec d by mee 

Edw: Eccleston 



321 (229). 

Received this vith day of May 1672 of Hugh Reynolds by the hand of 
M r Dawson a Lycence for M r Willson of Chester to preach in 
Chester 
att a place or places in y e Lycence mentioned And also a Lycence 
for a place to preach in 

wittness my hand 

Jno. Cressett 

321 (230). 

Jos: Halsey presb: his own house in Merthr, Cornwall 

M r Harvey's house at Nancarrow. 
Dan: Cudmore Presb: himself & house in Loxbeer, Devon. 

Widdow Piles house in Taliton, Devon 
Rich: Goodwin Presb. 

the houses of M r Okey, M r Rhodes, Gardiner. 
Roger Hears house in Bridgwater. Somersett. 
Edward Grant's house in Trowbridg. Wilts 
Henry Abbotts house in Broughton. Hampshire 
Paul Frewen Bapt: Gen 11 teach 1 ". 
James Greenwood Presb: 

Weavers Hall in Cirencester Gloucester. 
Rob: Balches house in Bridgwater. 
Geo: Upton: Baptist Gen 11 teacher. 

Audny's house at Layton Stone Essex. 
Received the above menconed Licenses 

I say rec d by me 

Ja: Inness jun r 
May y e 22 d 1672 

321 (231). 

M r James Perkins of Blechinley teacher in Surrey. Presbyt. 
Joseph Butteries house in Blechinley 

M r Matthew Woodman at Horsham in Sussex, both for his person & 
his house. Presbyt. 

24 



370 S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 

George Ewers his howse in y e Burrough of Southwork. 
Grave Weavers house in Jerusalem Alley. London. 

John Hickes 
M r John Pechie in Southwark Presbyt. teacher. 



321 233). 

James Purkins of Blechinglye in Surrey Teacher 
Joseph Buttereyes house in Blechinglye Surreye 
Matttiewe Woodman of Horsham in Sussex 

his person & house 
George Ewers house in the Burrough of Southwark 
Graves Weavers house in Jerusalem Alleye in Gracechurch Street 
John Peachie of Southwark Teacher 

these formerly desired by John Hickes 

nowe by Will: Carslake. 



Presb: 



321 (233). 

A Licence for John Brereton Clerke and maister of Arts of the 
presbiterian Persuation to preach at his Owne howse at Castle Hill 
in y e Parish of Bowden in the County of Chesshire 



321 (234). 

Addressed : For M r Benson these 
A Licence is prayed for Edward Hutchenson to teach a people of y e 

Congregaconall way in the howse belonginge to Adam and Samuell 

Pierce Comp&n rs in y e citty of Exon 
The like for M r Edward Ebdine at a howse belonginge to M r Drake in 

the parish of Topsham in the County of Devon, 
The like for John Homes at a howse belonginge to Thomas Parsons in 

the parish of Topsham in the County of Devon 
A licence further is desired for y e howse belonging to Edward Hutchin 

son in y e parish of Bishops Clift in Devon for y e place of Worshi 

for a people of y e abovesaid Judgm 1 to meet in. 

p PROWSE 

[Not R. P.'s hand. Ed.] 



: 



321 (235). 

A Lisence is desired for M r Joseph Hallett of Exon Minister bein 

the presbiteriall pswasion 
A Lisence is allsoe desired for the howse of John Pym of Exon 

m r chant of Exon for a Teacher of the presbiterian pswasion 
M 1 Prose 

[NotR. P.'s hand. Ed.] 






S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 371 



321 (236). 

A Licence is prayed for the howse of M rs Alice Drake widdowe in the 

parish of Culliton in Devon for those the Presbiterian NonCon- 

formity to meet in. 
The like for the howse of M rs Margaret Pyle in Talliton in Devon 

p PROWSE 

[Not R. P. 's hand. Ed.] 



321 (237). 
Endorsed 



Owens note 



CONGREGATIONALL 

Dr. John Singleton 



Cong: M r Thomas Bakwell. 



Cong: Mr. John Evans 

Cong: M r Rowland Nevet 
Cong: M r Jonathan Roberts 
Cong: M r Phillip Rogers 

Cong: M r Hugh Owen 

Cong: M r John Browne 
Cong : M r Stephen Coven. 



Cong: M r John Ritch 
Cong M r James Quarrel. 
Cong: M r William Phipps. 
Cong: M r Thomas Worden 



[B. Ed.] 

M r Thomas Cowdrey his House in 
Queenhithe London 

The House of Michael Mere, in Mag- 
dalen Parish in Oxford 

The House of Mr. Broughton, and of 
Richard Browne in Longdon, Stafford- 
sheire 

The House Edward Kenricke Wrex- 
ham in Denbighsheire 

An House in Oswalstree in Sh sheire 

His House at Llanvaire in Denbigsheire 

M r Roger Kynaston his House in Ruabon 
Denbighsheire 

His owne House Llanegryn Merioneth- 
sheire 

His owne House at Milf: Shropsheire 

The House of Thomas Ov 
Watlington 

The House of M r George Y 
At Latchford in Oxfordsheire 

His House in Wiccombe Buckingham- 
sheire 

At y e King's Head in Shr 

At James Dod his House Marton in 

Shropsheire 
An House in Cambden Glocestersheire 
Will: Owen 



321 (238). 

These Min rs underwritten being of the Congregationall pswasion liveing 

in the County of Gloucester doe humbly Crave Licence for the 

excercise of theyr Min r y in the houses heerein mentioned according 

to his Ma s tys gratiouse Declaration 
James Forbes pr of the Citty of Glousester att Samson Barons house in 

Glousester 
John Badger P: att Tho: Bishops house in longford. Glosester 
Thomas Coles dito 

24 2 



372 S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 

John Dunce p: att Giles Lardners house Burton on the water 

Tho^sS" I p at theyr owne houses Tcwxbcf y 

Witt Tray of Horcy att his owne house 

Jonathan Smith of Tedbery at his owne house 

Josua Steed of Cleeve at his owne house 

Will Beckett of Winchcome at his owne house 

Witt Davison of Tewxbery at his owne house 

Francis Ham of Dursty at his owne house 

Witt Smith p: at Witt Coombes house Wickham Glost 

Tho Smith att his owne house in Hope Glost. 

Other houses to be allowed 
Witt Bakers house at Oddington 
Widow Eliz: Birds house in Horsey 
Giles Hancox house in Stretton 
Thoas Webbs house in Horsey 

4>D 

[I.e., Owen Davies. Ed.] 



321 (239). 

Warwikeshire Dudley Ryder his house in Wolvey M r William 

Paget his house in Withebrooke in Warw. 
M r Richard Losby of Copson Magna in Warwikeshire Presb 
M r Loseby his house in y e same place 

y* House of Richard Harrison in Sapcoate in Leiceshire Presb: 
M r John Johnson of Barwell in Lecestershire Presb 
M r Johnsons house in y e same 
Samuel Wards house in Hinckley in Leiceshire. 



321 (240). 

D r Fran: Cross of Bristoll to have Lycence to preach at pensford in 

the County of Somersett the house pr: in a paper delived about 

10 days Since 

321 (241). 

A license for M r Owen Stockton Independant at the house of 

Robert Howlett scituate in St. Martins lane in the parish of St. 

Martins in the Towne of Colchester in the County of Essex 



321 (242). 

Edward Pryme min r of the presbiterian pswasion desires a licence to 
preach in a Maulthouse in the occupacon of Robert Brilsworth of 
Sheffeild in the county of Yorke 

John Clayton 
May 23: 72 

321 (243). 

Klw: Lullum a minister desires a Licence to preach at a house called 

Kcnwards in the Parrish of Lindfeild in Sussex, M r John Challen 

dwells in the house 



S. P. TDom. Car. II. 321 373 

Ricft Turner minister desires a Licence to preach in Alexander 

Berdyes house at Nylond in Sussex 
Tho: Hallet minister desires a licence to preach in M r Tho: Hursts 
house in Weevilfeild in Sussex 

all of them Presbiterians 
W m Mills desires a licence to preach in Ninion Taskers house at Bal- 
combe in Sussex a Congregationall man 

Edw. Smyth 
23 May. 

321 (244). 

Endorsed : Sussex 

[B. Ed.] 

Edward Lullum Minister desires a Licence to preach at a house Called 

Kenwards in the parrish of Linfeild in the Countie of Sussex 

presbiterian 
Richard Turner Minister desires a Licence to preach at a house Called 

Nyland in Balcombe in Sussex presbiterian. 
Tho: Hallet Minister desires a licence to preach at Hurst House in 

Wivelfeild in Sussex presbiterian 
William Mills Minister desires a Licence to preach at Toscars House 

in Balcombe in Sussex. Congregationall 

[Edw: Smith. Ed.] 



321 (245). 

May 23 d 
Rec d one lycence for M r James Donkenson of y e Citie of Yorke to 
preach in all lycensed places 

R. Nisbet 



321 (246). 
M r Benson. 

I pray you be pleased to expedite a License 
For the House of M rs Elizab. Hunt widow in Salop, for Presbyt. 
For M r Nathaniel Mansfeild Presbyt 

The place the House of M rs Thornton widow of Manceter War- 
wickshire for Presbyt. 
For y e House of Elizabeth Latham widow of Betley in Staffordshire for 

Presbyt. 
For y e House of Robert Steele of Bartomley in Cheshire for Presby- 
terians 
24 May 

[Richard Steele. Ed.] 



321 (247). 

These Licenses formerly desired 
for John Rewes house in Shobrooke in Devon 
M rs Elizabeth Isackes house of Dinscomb in Salcomb 
M r Thomas Welman of Luppit in Devon a Teacher Congregaonall 



374 & P* "Dom. Car. II. 321 

ioane Bastone Widowe her house in Salcomb Devon 
A T Andrewe Ruell of Haling-North in Hampshire teacher 
Thomas Millards house in Haling-North Hants. 

These are nowe desired (Maye 24 1672) 
for M r Michael Taylor of Tavystock in Devon 
John Parsons's house in Kentisbeare Devon 
Anne Shutts house in Credyton Devon 
William Clupps house in Chidiocke Devon 

by Will: Carslake 



321 248). 

Endorsed : Carslakes note 

[B. Ed.] 

John Rowes house in Shobrook Devon ) 

Isackes house in Dinscomb in Salcomb Devon IPresb: 
Joane Bastones house in Salcomb Devon J 

Andrewe Ruell of Haling=North in Hampshire ) p , 

Thomas Millards house in Haling North Hampshire/ 
Thomas Wellman Congreg. a teacher in Luppitt in Devon 
The house of John Smith in the parish of St. Nicolas in Newport in the 
Isle of Wight for congreg: 

these desired by 

Will: Carslake 



321 (249). 

A licence is desired for 

The house of John Smith of the parish of St. Nicholas in y e Isle of 
Wight. Congregational : 



321 (250). 

A Lycence is desired for the howse of Robert Hall of the Parish of East 
Bargholt in the County of Suffolke for a Meetinge place for Wor- 
shipp for the people of the Nonconform itye of the Presbeterian 
Judgment 
May 24: 1672 
p Payne 

[Walter Payne. Ed.] 



321 (251) 

A Lycence is prayed for the house Robert Hall In the Parish of East 
Bargholt in the County of Suffolke to be a Meetinge place for 
Worshipp for the people of the Nonconformitie of the Presbeterian 
Judgment 
May 25: 1672 
9 Payne 

[Walter Payne. Ed.] 






S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 375 

321 (252). 

May 24 th 
Niccolas Palmer preacher Prebiterian 

att M rs Jane Price her house called frogmore in New Windesor in 
the County of Berks Roomes or Barnes thereunto belonging 



321 (253). 

Endorsed : Indulgence Bathford 24. May 



[B. Ed.] 



To our Dread Soveraigne Charles The second by y e Grace of god 
Kinge of greate Brittaine, France & Ireland, Defender of y e Faith. 
The Humble Addresse and Supplication of y r Ma l y es Faithfull Subjects 
in Bath=Easton. and Bath ford neere y r Majestys Citty of Bath, 
in y e County of Somersett 
Most humbly sheweth 

That wth many others of y r Majestys true-hearted nonconforme- 
inge subjects in England whom y r Maj l y e by y r most gratious Declaration 
of Indulgence have Caused to singe for Joy of heart in Every Corner of 
y e land, We also some of y r Ma l y s most faythfull subjects in and about 
the villages aforesayd In the name and by The Concurrence of many 
more of our neighb rs doe hereby fall downe att y r Ma l y s most royall feete, 
and doe make y e most humble tender of o r hearty thankes on o r bended 
knees for y r Ma l y s most unparallel'd grace expressed in y r late declara- 
tion of Indulgence to us, such an Act of Royall favour as y r predecessors 
of famous memory never condescended unto for y e quietinge & heal- 
inge of the discomposures of mind in their subjects, and as we hope and 
are resolved shall ever oblige us to our utmost endeavours for ye pre- 
servation of y r Majestys person and governm* in greatest prosperity and 
peace. 

Humbly prayinge y r Ma tie for the Benefitt of y r gratious Indulgence 
in the villages of Batheaston and Bathford. that y r princely Clemency 
will allow us a meetinge place. In Bathford Called & Knowne by the 
name of the well-house in the possession of M r John Skrine sen r . In y e 
pish of Bathford in y e County of summersett. and give y r Royall Ap- 
probation of M r Edward Hancocke of y e presbiterian perswasion whom 
we have chose for o r teacher, for w ch Royall grace as we shall every 
way be obliged to Acquitt o r selves wth such Moderation Prudence 
fidelity and peaceablenesse as never to give y r Ma*y e any Cause of 
offence. Soe we shall Continue to Pray for y r Ma ties length of dayes 
& life for evermore 

John Skrine sen r 

Eldad Walters 

Thorn: Hendy Jun r 

John Skrine Ju r 

Henry Cannons sen r 

James Peernc 



376 S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 

321 (254). 

Rec d y c 24 th May 1672 three Lycenses to teach, viz*- one For 
Thomas Ford in y e house off Richard Clarke off Burton in 
Staffordshire ; one For William Smith in his owne house, att 
Dyseworth in Lestershire And one For Ferdinando Poole in y e 
house of Witt: Hardemente off Loughborrow in Leistershire 
I say rec d For M r William Woolley 

p me Adam Woolley 



321 (255). 

May the 24 th 72 
Rec d then a Lycence for R* Hall to teach in the house of Rich. Biscoe 
of Uxbridg an other for Hazekiah Woodward to teach in the 
house of William Nicolls of Uxbridg an other for Hugh Buttler 
to teach in the house of John Crower in Uxbridg all in 
Middlsex 

By mee 

William Nicholl 



821 (256). 

Maye 24 1672. 
Rec d then these licenses. 
For M r James Parkins a Teacher 

Joseph Buttereyes house in Blechinglye 
M r Matthewe Woodman a Teacher 
M r Matthewe Woodmans house in Horsham 
M r George Ewers house in Southwark 
M r John Peachie in Southwark 

M r Graves Weavers house in Jerusalem Alleye in London 

I saye rec d by me 

Will: Carslake 



321 (257). [Printed Licence, filled in, but neither dated nor signed. Ed.]. 

CH*41{LES by the Qrace of Qod, Kjng of England, Scotland, France am 
Ireland, Defender of the Faith, &>c. To all [Mayors, bailiffs, Constables, anc 
ether Our Officers and {Ministers, Civil and [Military, whom it may concert 
(greeting. 

In pursuance of Our Declaration of the 1 5'* (March, 167 \. We do hereby 
permit and license Christopher Fowler of the Presbyterien Perswasion to be a 
Teacher of the Congregation allowed by Us in a Roome or Roomcs in the howse 
iffith Bubby in Redding in Our County of Berks for the Use of such as do 
not conform to the Church of England, who are of the Terswasion commonly called 
Presbyterien. With further license and permission to him the said Christopher 



S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 377 

Fowler to teach in any other place licensed and allowed by Us, according to Our 
said 'Declaration. 

Given at Our Court at Whitehall, the day of in the z\th year 

of Our %eign, 1672. 

'By His (Majesties Command. 
[At foot.] 

Fowler a Teacher 

[Particulars in Roman type are written in by B. Ed.]. 



321 (258). 

Of Canterbury. 

1. Francis Taylor M r of Arts, Presbiterian. Teacher. 

The Meeting Place 
M r Dunsmors Hall, in y e Gray Fryers, in y e parish of S l Peters in 
y e City of Canterbury. 

Of London 

2. John Crouch M r of Arts. Congregationall. Teacher. 

The meeting House in Whites Ally, belonging to M rs Holmes widow 
in Little More Fields, Criplegate London 

Of London 

3. George Cockin M r of Arts, Congregationall. Teacher 

Their Meeting Place, 
A Roome or Roomes in y e dwelling House of M r George Cockin in 
y e parish of St. Gileses Criplegate London. 

Of London 

4. Nathanael Partridge M r of Arts, Congregationall Teacher, 

Their Meeting Place. 
The Meeting House adioyneing or near unto y e dwelling House of 
M r Nathanael Partridge in old Streat in S* Gileses Criple Gate 
London. 
Given In May 25 th 1672. 

[Rob* Mascall. Ed.] 



321 (259). 

A Lycence is intreated for M r John Cruck of the Congregationall way, 

to teach in Whites Alley in Little = Morefeilds in y e parrish of 

Cripplegate London 
And a Licence alsoe for the place 

Tho: Crundall 



321 (260). 

Rec d this 25th of May 1672 two Lycences for two places to meet & 
assemble in for publique worship y e one in y e house of Isabell 
Greene of North Shields, the other in y e house of Cuthbert Cotes- 
worth in South Shields 

I say rec d 

p Nath: Eldred. 



378 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 321 

321 (261). 

A Lycence for Benjamin Berry a Teacher \ ,, . 

A lycence for y e howse of Abraham Sealey for a meetinge place L a r in 
A lycence for the howse of Stickland for a meetinge place) m Se 
I have rec d these three Lycences above mentiod 

May 25 1672 Walter Payne 



321 (262). 

Josshef Collet in the house of M r pirn Exon. 

Edward houchshinge in houchinches peares house and passons house 
Edward Ebden & holmes 
Leues hacche Techer in Robert hacche house. 
Rec. y e 25 th May 1672 

per me 

Ri: Prowse 

321 (263). 

Ambrose Clare. Presb. of Beaminster in Dorsett a Gen 11 teacher 

Edward Boucher Presb: 

the house of Widdow Allen at Shittington in Warwick. 
May the 25 1672 
Received the Licenses for the abovemenconed persons & places 

I say received by me 

Ja: In ness 
321 (264). 

S r John Banks desires a Lycence for a Meeting Place at a House of y e 
Lady Taylers in St. Faith Green neer Maidstone in Kent, the 
People have allready Fitted it Up and have a great desire to 
meet there. Presbiterians. 

John Richards 
321 (265). 

M r Christophor Fouller prays to have his Maj ties graciouse Lysence 
for his house in the Village of Keningto in the parrish of Lambat' 
in the County of Surrey, And a Lysence for too allow him t( 
preach in Any Lysenced place 



321 (266). 

Endorsed : Ponders note. 

[B. Ed.] 

M r George Martine of y Presbyterian Perswasion in ye house of 

Edmund Carter in Stony-Stratford Bucks. 
A Lycence for ye now dwelling house of M r Edmund Carter 

Wolverton Bucks. 
A Lycence for y e house of Mj George Martin For y use of the Nor 
conformists called Presbyterians in Haversham in Bucks. 

Pray Deliver this to 

Nath Ponder 



S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 379 

321 (267). 

Endorsed : Darby 



[B. Ed.] 



M r Tymothy Fox of Ticknall in Com: Darby. Presbiterian per- 
swasion. 

A meeting place in his owne house or any other licensed place 

Hum: Levinz 



321 (268). 

[At back.] 
A Generall lycence for Tymothy Fox of The Presbiterian Perswasion 
Tymothy Fox of Ticknall in the County of Darby Presbiterian 
perswasion 

A Generall lycence for to preach 

Hum: Levinz 



321 (269). 

Addressed : These For M r Henry Bradly at the signe of y e Tobacco 
role & suger lofe in east Smithfeld over against Ship brew house 
gate 
M r Thomas Warren of Rumsey in Com. Southton Clerke 

in the House of Thomas Burbanck in the same place 
M r John Harison of Havant in Com p r 3 Clerke 
In the House of Thomas Bayly of the same place 
M r John Ridge of the Isle of Hayling Com po\ Clerke 
in the house of Thomas Miller of the same place 
all of the Presbiterian Judgm* 
Henry Bradley will call for them ; 



321 (270). 

Endorsed : Lights note Lights note 



[B. Ed.] 



A Room of Bryan Kitchinman Gent in Cambridge to be allowed for 

a Meeting of people of y e Congregationall perswasion. 
A License for James Hay of Haginton of y e congregationall perswasion. 

in Cambr:sh r . 
A License for Thomas Austin of Meldred of y e congr: 1 perswasion in 
Cambr:sh r . 

By 
John Light 

321 (271). 

Licence is prayed for Richard Hooper to preach to a Congregation of 

people beinge of the Baptist Judgm 1 . in his owne howse in 

Bampton in Devon 
The like for W m Facey to preach in Martin Dunsfords howse in 

Tiverton in Devon being of the same Judgem 1 as above 



380 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 321 

321 (272). 

The house of John Jefferys of New Shoreham in Sussex Presbi- 
terian 

James Bricknoll of Preston in Sussex Presbiterian 

The house of Nicholas Winton of Walderne in Sussex, Pre^i- 
terian 

The house of William Peckham of little Horton in Sussex Presbi- 
terian. 

[The writing is very characteristic and archaic. Ed.] 



321 (273). 

John Skiner preacher at his owne house in Clonwell Gloster shyre 

John Chapman preacher at his owne house in Rewerden Glosester 

shyre 
Richard Perkins at his owne house in Weston under Paniyard 

Herefford shyre 
Jonathan Smith his house in Ross. Hereford shyre 
Francis Harris at his owne house in Paynswick Herreford shyre 

all Congfegationall way 

Owen Davies 
May 26 th 



r 



in 



be 



321 (274). 

John Richardson preacher at his owne house in Uppingham in 

County of Rutland, presbyterian 
Joseph Cawthorne preacher at M r Humphry Reynolds house 

Stamford Lincolneshire presbyterian 
Andrew Broughton his house in seaton County of Rutland to 

allowed for a meeting place for presbyterians 
Thomas Langdale preacher at his owne house in Cawcot Rutlandshire 

Congregational 
Simon Andrewes his house in Killthorpe Rutlandshire to be allowed f( 

a meeting place for presbyterians 
Samuel Hunt his house in North luffenham in Rutland to be allowed 

for .a meeting place for presbyterians 
Walter Glye in Dosthorpe in y e County of Northampton his house to 

be alloued for a meeting place for presbyterians 

John Richardson 
May 27 th 72 



~>75). 
M r John Richardson teacher att his owne in Uppingham 
M r Joseph Cawthorne teacher att M r Reynolles house in Stamford 
M r Andrew Broughton. house att Seaton: 
M r Simon An house att Killthorp & Edson. 

M r Umphrey Reynolds house in Stamford. Lyncoln h 



S. P. TDom. Car. II. 321 381 

M r Walter Slye. house att Dosthrope. 

M r Sam: Hunt, house att north luffenham. 

M r Langdale. teacher at his owne house at Caldecote. 

p Joseph Cawthorne 



321 (276). 

Addressed : For y e R l wors 1 S r Joseph Williamson K* these 

Whitehall 
S' 

Your kind pmission hath begott this trouble 
I humbly begg they maye bee got reddy soe soone as Possible. 

Your most humo serv* 

John Gould 
Clap, ye 25 th May e 1672 



121 (277). 

Receved y e 28 of May 1672 these Licenses, viz : 
for D r Joh: Singleton to teach in y e Howse of M r Tho: Cowdrey in 
Queen Hithe London for y e House Michael Mercer in Oxford 
for Jo n Evans to teach in his house in Wrexham in Denbigh- 
sheir For Jona: Roberts to teach in his own house at Llanvaire 
in Denbighsheire For Philip Rogers to teach in M r Roger 
Kynastons House in Ruabon in Denbighsheire For Hugh 
Owens his owne house in Llanegryn in Merionithsheire For 
Jo: Browne to teach at his house at Milford in Shropsheire for 
Ste: Coven to teach in M r Oveys house in Watlington and y e 
House of M r Gooding at Latchford in Oxfordsheire for M r Jo: 
Kitch his howse in Wichon in Buckinghamsheir for M r Quarrel 
to teach at y e Kings head in Shrewsbury 

I say 

RecEt by me 

Will: Owens 

321 (278). 

May y e 28 th 1672 
Received yn these Lycences following for M r Courtman in M r Mansels 
house in thorp Malsor, for M r Adkins house in Wellingborowgh 
M r Ed: Brookes his house in Brigstock Northamptonshir M r Mar- 
tine in Stoney Stratford & in Haversfc & M r Carter's house in 
Wolverton : in y e County of Bucks 

I say rec d p me 

2 c. Nath. Ponder 

May y e 28 1672 
Received then these Lycences following by y e direction of M r 
Holcroft M r Autrim A teacher M r Day A teacher M r Ast- 
wood And his house M r Waite & his house & for y e house of 
M r Kitchenman M rs Thurlowes house M r Avys house M r Yeo- 
mans house M r Hoopers house these in the towne & County of 



382 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 221 

Cambridge, & A place in March & M r Woodbridges house & 
y* house of M r Outler these in the Isle of Eley : 

Rec d these p me 

Nath. Ponder 



321 (279). 

Rec d the 29 th of May 1672 of S r Joseph Williamson 
A Lisence for M r John Lucas of Norw ch for the use of the house of 
M r John Morley & the use of the house of M r John Mumford 
both of the same Citey 

p Rich d : Lucas 



321 (280). 

Yorkeshire May the 29 th 
Received four lycences for M r Denton M r Lamb M r Sturr and one 
other for M r Sturrs house 

by me 

R. Nisbett 
[At back.] 

Newly returned from France Chevalier 



321 (281). 

A lycence 
For M r Nathaniel Lamb of the Citye of Yorke. Presb: 

to preach in all lycensed places. 
For the Lady Bethells house At Aulne in Yorkeshire 



321 (282). 

Endorsed : Norwich 



R. Nisbett 



[B. Ed.] 



Addressed : M r Myddleton to Majo r Haynes 
A Lycence 
For M r John Lucas of y e presbeterian judgm* 

To preach 
In A roome in the house of John Munford in the pish of St. Peters ii 

y* Markett 
And in A roome in the house of John Morley in the pish of 

Martyns of the Omke 
Both in y e Cittie of Norw^ 

29.16 
29.166 



59:12:6 



[De eodem as 279, but in another hand 



S. P. TDom. Car. II. 321 383 

321 (283). 

It is desired by William Blundston, of the Presbyterian Perswasion, 

living at Sandiarce in Darby-shire that his house may be Licensed 

for any licensed Minister to Preach in. 
To be calld for 



321 (284). 

Endorsed : Newman's Note 

[B. Ed.] 

Geo: Bridges in Godalmine to have a Lycence for his house, also 
Thomas Bradford desires a Lycence for his house in Gilford, James 
Towers desires a Lycence for his house at Cobham all in Surry, 
& for M r Richard Lodge at his house at Sandhurst in the County of 
Barks. 

Dorman Newman 

is to call for it 



321 (285). 
[At back.] 
For Tim Cloudsley 

Sr > 

Lycences are desired for the psons and places und r written viz 1 
For M r Richard Stretton Presbiterian 

For the house of M rs Francis Richardson of Cawood in Yorkshire 
For M r James Duncanson Presbiterian att his owne house in Selby in 

Yorkshire 
For M r Thomas Spademan Presbiterian att his owne house att North 
Ferrybie 

[All in Tim. Cloudsley's hand. Ed.] 



321 (286). 

1. Henry Kingsnoth of the Baptist perswasion 

in the house of Walter Gilham in Swarden in the County of 
Kent 

2. Francis Cornewell of the Baptist perswasion in his owne house in 

Marden in Kent 

3. Tho: Kingsnoth of the Baptists perswasion in his owne house in y e 

pish of Frittenden in Kent 

4. Daniel Kingsnoth of the Baptists perswasion in the house of Tho: 

Hills in Chareing in Kent 

5. Rob 1 Knight of the Baptists perswasion in the house of John 

Hopper in Hedworne in Kent 

6. Richard Kingsnoth of the Bap ts pswasion in his owne house in 

Staplehurst in Kent 



384 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 321 

7. Henry Snoath of the Baptist perswasion in the house of Tho: Hooker 
in the pish of Boughton in Kent 

[At back, written reverse way :] 
Henry Kingsnoth of the Baptists perswasion in the house of Henry 
Gilham 

[Same hand as 320 (300) i.e., John Seller. Ed.] 



321 (287). 

Endorsed : Derbyshire 

[B. Ed.] 

A Licence for Samuel Ogden of the perswasion commonly called 
Presbyterian to preache In the howse of M r Thomas Sanders at 
Litle Ireton in the County of Derby. 



321 (288). 

Endorsed : Oxford, Leicester 

[B. Ed.] 

M r James Sutton presb tr teacher in Banbury Oxfordsheire for person 
M r Nathan iell Stephens Sen r presb tr teacher at Stoke golden Lester- 

sheire for selfe & howse 
M r Nathaniell Stephens Jun r at Higham Lester sheire his howse 
M is Abigail Doells at Stoke golden Leister sheire her howse 
M r Jn Darby of Drayton Lester sheire for his howse 



321 (289). 

Endorsed : Wittham 

[B. Ed.] 

George Lisle of Wittham in Essex a presbyterian for his owne house ; 
Edmund Taylor ; presbyterian ; his owne House 

In Wittham also : 
[At back.] 

Bomquarell Cap 1 of the French Cavlrey For his Loving Frind 
Samuell [All erased. Ed.] 



321 (290) 

Endorsed : Lights note 

[B. Ed.] 

4 Licenses for Canterbury. Congreg a Persuasion 
For Thomas Scott. 
Zechary Lee 
Edward Hyrst. 
John Jacob. 

,, John Light. 






S. P. T>om. Car. II. 321 385 



321 (291). 

[At back.] 

? Filington 

[B. Ed.] 



Rec d a Licence for George Lisle a Teacher and his house in Essex 
for Edmond Taylor & his house att Wittham in Essex 

Isaac Davis 



(321 292). 

Endorsed : Warrs Receipt 72 



Rec d out a License for M r Henry Butler to preach in the house of 
M r Elias Barnes in Yeavill Somersetshire, this 30th of May 1672 

p me 

John Warr 



321 (293). 

For M r Thomas Smith, of Huntley in glocestershire of y e presbiterian 
perswaton 

For an out house beelonging to Thomas Bradley of Ruarden in the 
county of Glocest r shire 

John Juxon 
May 31 st 1672 



321 (294). 
[At back.] 
Tim Cloudsley & Yorkeshire 



31 May 1672 

A Lycence is desired for the House of M rs Sibbill Dawson in Leedes 

in Yorkeshire 
Alsoe for a Killne house In Flanshaw Laine in the parish of Wake- 

feild in Yorkshire 
Alsoe for M r Jn Rooke att Westhall in Hatfeild in Yorkeshire 

Congregationall pswasion 

Tim Cloudsley 



321 (295) 

31 May 1672 
Rec d then the Lycences following for 
M r Thomas Spadman of North ferybye 
M r Streeton att M" Richardsons house in Cawood 
M r Duncanson in Selby in Yorkshire 
M r Rich d Coare of Tong in Yorkeshire 

p Tim Cloudsley 
25 



386 S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 



321 (296). 

May 31 th 72 
I rec d these Licences following the day & yeare above 
Theophilus Burtons house : Swinderby Lincoln shyre 
Witt Pickards house : in Woodborowgh 
Matthew Shepardson's house : North Collingam 
Tho: Case att his owne house in Keesall Nottingam shyre 
John Man [preachers att M rs Katherine Pecks house in Abbington 
John Coomes) Berks baptised perswa 

John Collins Teacher at James Best house in Dukes Place London 
Congregationall way 

Owen Davies 



321 (297). 

W m Knapman of Padstow 

& his house 
Theophilus Tincombe Presb: 

& his house at Lostwithell 
James Jordain Presb: 

& his house at Higham Suffolk 
Geo: Haw Gen 11 teacher 
Tho. Root Presb: 
the houses of Sam: Goodall 
& Sam: Ellison in Lester 
Edward Hancock Presb: 
John Skrines house in Bathford 



Otho Whitehorn at Trevethan 

& his house 
the House of Andrew Trevill 

at Eathe. Cornwall 
W Birchall Presb: 

his house at Wentworth. 
Wm Hunt Presb: 

& his house at Sutton. 
Simon Atkinson 
W m Sandersons house at Hesketh 

Cumber! 
W m Rights house in Kenelworth 



W m Smiths house there. 
May the 31. 1672 
Received the Licenses for the above menconed psons & places 

by me 

Ja: Inness 
321 (298). 

Rec d this 31 th of May 1672 : these lycenses following : 



preachers 
Edward Dent 
Sam 1 Fen : 
John Fen 
Nehemi Cox 
John Sewster 
Oliver Scott 
James Rogers 
John Gibbs 
William Hensemam 
Tho: Brett 
Tho: Edmonds 
Christop: Stanley 
George Fowler 
preacher 
Rec d also for Sussex 
James Bickm II 



places 

Jane Haynes house in Wonditch 
Gohn Gibbs his house 
Smyths Barn 
Joseph Kents Barn 
John Morrice his barn 
John Brooks his house 
Christ: Stanleys house 
John Cooke house 
Joseph Kents Barne 



Tho: Taylor 



place 
John Jeffryes house 



Tho: Ta^ lob 



S. P. T>om. Car. II. 321 387 

321(299). [Licence. Duly signed. But not dated. Ed.] 

Chjiij.es ^ 

CHA%L ES by the grace of god, K^ng of England, Scotland, France and 
Ireland, defender of the Faith, &>c. To all Mayors, TSayliffs, Constables, and 
other Our Officers and t (Ministers, Qvil and (Military, whom it may concern, 
Greeting. In pursuance of Our declaration of the 15th of (March 167 J 
we have allowed, and We do hereby allow of the Schoolehouse in Blyth, in 
Nottinghamshire to be a Place for the Use of such as do not conform to the Church 
of England, who are of the Terswasion commonly called Presbyterien to meet and 
assemble in, in order to their pub lick Worship and T)evotion. Jtnd all and singular 
Our Officers and (Ministers, Ecclesiastical, Qvil and (Military, whom it may 
concern, are to take due notice hereof: Jlnd they, and every of them, are hereby 
strictly charged and required to hinder any tumult or disturbance, and to protect 
them in their said (Meetings and Assemblies . given at Our Court of Whitehall 
the day of in the z\th year of Our %eign, 1672. 

'By His (Majesties Command. 

a\li(KS^o^ 

[The words in Roman type are written by B. Ed.] 



321 (300). 

June I st 1672 
Nathaniell Row Teacher of the Baptists perswasion at the house of John 
Miller in Cranbrooke in Kent 

Jn Seller 



321 (301). 

Endorsed : Ketts note 

[B. Ed.] 

Licences are desired ffor 

1. The house of Thomas Walcott for those of the Congregationall & 

Baptists perswasion in Bungay in Suffolk. 

2. The house of John Allen of Bungay in Suffolk for those of the Con- 

gregationall & Baptists perswasion. 

3. The house of Richard Brabon of Waybread in Suffolk for those of 

the Congregationall perswasion. 

4. The house of James Elsigood in Hopton in Suffolk for those of the 

Congregationall perswasion. 

5. The house of John Fuller of Alburgh in Norfolk for those of the 

Congregationall perswasion. This fim of June ^ 

Thomas Kett 



321 (302). 

Licenses are desired ffor 
1. A room or roomes in the house of John Wesgate in the parish of 
Redenhall cum Harlston in Norfolk for those who are of the Con- 
gregationall perswasion. 

25 2 



388 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 321 

2. Samuell Petto alias Pettaugh Minister of the Congregationall perswa- 
sion to be teacher in the house of the said John Wesgate 
this first of June 1672 

Thomas Kett 
[In both (301) and (302) the memo, is in another hand. Ed.] 



821 (303). 

A Lycense is prayed For M r John Hawden to p r ch in his owne house in 

Sherbourne in Yorkeshire or any other place soe Lycensed 
M r Joshua Kirby y e like for his owne house in Wakefeild in Yorkshire 
M r Dent ... in Wiltshire 

these 3, as given in w* n His Ma tie was Last att Portsmouth 
M r Rowland Hancocke a Lycense to teach in his owne house att Shir- 

cliffe in Yorkeshire of the Presbyterian pswasion. 
The like Lycense for M r Noah Ward of the Presbyterian pswasion to 
preach or teach in his owne house att Little Askham in Yorkshire. 
The Like Lycense is praied ffor M r Jonathan Grant to teach att his owne 
called Thurnesco Grange in Yorkeshire 
These praied I st of June (72) 

' John Clayton 



321 (304). 

Received the Ly censes followinge June i (72) 
Edwd Pryme teacher & his house Yorkshire 
Blyth teacher and his house . . . Darbyshire 
Shelmerdyne teach r & Hen: Wigley's house Darbyshire 
Wood a teacher & hie house Darbyshire 
Matthew Bloome teacher & M r Powell's house Yorkshire 
Rob 1 Cliffe's house att World in Darbyshire. 

By mee 

John Clayton 



321 (305) 

June i gt 1672 

Rec d then from the Lord Arlingtons Office fourteen Licenses fc 
severall Teachers of the Baptists perswasion w tb their Respective Meet- 
ing places in the County of Kent as for Hen. Snoath Robt Knight Hen. 
Kingsorth Daniel Kingsnorth francis Cornwell Rich: Kingsnorth Tho: 
Kingsnorth Teachers in the housesofTho: Kingsnorth Rich: Kingsnorth 
Thos. Hills John Hopper Tho: Hooker Walter Gilham francis^Comwall 

I say rec d p me 

Jn Seller 

821 (306). 

June i 72 : 
1 rec d these Licences ffollowing 
Joshua Steed att his owne house in Cleeve Gloster shyere 
Jonathan Smith for himself & house Tedbery Gloster shyre 
John Bftdgett for himself in Tho Bishops house Longford ditto 



S. P. T>om. Car. II. 321 389 

Henry Collett for himself & house Teuxbery Glosester shyre 
Tho. Skey for himself & house in Teuxbery Gloster shyre 
Theophilus Burton at his owne hous in Swinderby Linconshyre 
Mathew Shepardson house 
John Glassley & house 
Tho: Cole & house 

I say rec d by me 

Owen Davies 

321 (307). 

June i 8t 72 
Rec d then these Licences following 
James forbes att Sampson Bakers house Gloster 
Sampson Bakers house Gloster 
Witt' Tray at his owne house Odington Glostersn 
Witt Trays house ditto : 

Owen Davies 
321 (308). 

Endorsed : Sheldrakes note Sheldrakes note 

[B. Ed.] 

M r Richard Worts of the Congregationall Judgm* of Guestwicke in y e 
County of Norfolke. 
Att the houses of Edward Wix & Mary Hastings Widdow in the 
said towne & County 
M r Richard Rand of the Congregationall Judgment. 

Att the house of M r Robert Maidston at Boxtead in Essex. 
M r Robert Leman of the Congregationall Judgment of Oldtcn in y 
County of Norfolke. 
Att the houses of John Bell or William Bell Junior at Oldton 
aforesaid 
Junii 3 tio 1672 [Jo:] Sheldrake 

[Date & signature in Jo: Sheldrake's ; the memo, in another hand. Ed.] 



321 (309). 

June 4 1672 
A Lycence is desired for a house called Whatcombe house in the parish 
of Trusham in the County of Devon in the possession of John 
Stooke and William Stooke for licenced Ministers of the Presby- 
terian Perswasion 

to be called for 

p Jo: Leigh 



321 (310). 

Endorsed : Carslakes note 



[B. Ed.] 



Licenses were before desired for 
Elizabeth Isaacks house of Dinscomb in Salcomb Devon 
Thomas Wellman a Teacher in Luppit Devon Congreg 



3 go S. P. T>om. Car. II. 321 

Charles Mortons house in St. Ives in Cornwall 

Michael Tailor of Tettcott (by a mistake before writ Tavistock a 

Teacher. Devon 
John Parsons's house in Kentisbeare Devon 
William Clapps house in Chidiocke Dorset 
. . . Shutts' of Crediton Devon 

These newe desired for 
Henry Fowle of Aroundell in Surrey Teacher 
Henry Fowles house in Aroundell I p , 
Henry Woolyars house in Aroundell} 
George Mortimers house in Miltown in Harberton Devon 
June 4 th by 

Will: Carslake 



321 (311). 

Addressed : To M r Benson in S r Jos: Williamsons Office Whitehall 

S r 

I entreat you to afford yo r usuall willingnes in the expediting 
Licenses for these 2 or 3 places following 

viz : The House of M r Philip Appletree of Deddington Oxfordshire 
The House of M r James Wagstaffe of Knightcot Warwickshire 
The House of Samuel Cox iuii of Milton Oxfordshire Presbyt. 
For M r Rowland Stedman of Winchingdon Bucks Presbyt: 
And the House of M r Samuel Clark of Winchingdon Bucks. 
All of them to be Presbyt. meeting places 
S r 

I know you have both hands full & onely desire that these may 
be done (if possible) by y e latter end of y e next week ; or at least they 
may sped in their Order. 

I am 

Sr 

Yo r hum Serv 1 

Richard Steele 
Jun. 4. 1672. 

321 (312). 

June 4 th Reed then the licenses for 
Anne Complins house in Winton 
Joane Bastones in Salcomb Devon 
Thomas Millard house in Haling-north Hants 
Andrewe Ruell a Teacher in Haling-north 

by me 

Will Carslake 



321 (313). 

June y 6 th 72 

red then a generall Lycence for M r Stephen Martine & another 
Licence 



S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 391 

M r Christopher Snell to Teach 
in his owne house in Sussex 

Receia by mee 

p Will: Comber 
[Memorandum not in W. Comber's hand. Ed.] 



321 (314). 

Reed: 6 of June 1672. out of the Hon Dle Earle of Arlingtons office 

4 generall Licences for Canterbury 
viz 1 one for Tho: Scott one for Zachary Lee ; one for John Jacob ; & 
one for Edward Hyrst 

Per me 

John Light 



321 (315). 

Endorsed : M r Gold 



The house of Henry Miller of Albrough in Norfolke. 

The House of Will m Chapman of hanworth in y e same County. 

for People of both presbiterian & Congregatio 11 Indgments 
M r Jn Lougher of y e Congregationall pswasion a Licence to Preach: 

S r Joseph, 

I numbly beg this favour & y e dispatch of y e rest. 

Your obliged ser* 

John Gould. 
I th June 1672 



321 (316). 

Rec d the p June 1672 the fower Following Lycences, Vid z 

for the house M r Georg. Bridges M r Thomas Bradford in Guyldford 
M r James Towers in Cobham and M r Richard Lodge in Sandhurst 
I say rec d 

p mee 

Johem Newman 

[Back.] 

J: Newcomb 

[And 6 monograms of Newcomb. Ed.1 



321 (317). [Printed Licence filled in, but unsigned and undated. Ed.] 

Charles by the <$race of (jod, King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, 
Defender of the Faith &>c. To all {Mayors, ISay tiffs, Constables, and other Our 
Officers and Ministers, Civil and {Military, whom it may concern, (greeting. In 
pursuance of Our Declaration of the 1 yh {March, 167 \ We do hereby permit and 
license Timothy Smith of the Presbyterien Perswasion to be a Teacher of the 
Congregation allowed by Us in a Roome or Roomes in his howsc in Langaridge 
in Our County of Somersett^r the Use of such as do not conform to the Church 
of England, who are of the Perswasion commonly called Presbyterien With 
further license and permission to him the said Timothy Smith to teach in any 



392 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 321 

other place licensed and allowed by Us, according to Our said declaration. 
(jiven at Our Court at Whitehall, the day of in the z\th year 

of Our Reign, 1672. 

'By His {Majesties Command. 
Smith a Teacher. 

[All the words in Roman type are written and in B.'s hand. Ed.] 



321 (318). [Printed Licence filled in, but unsigned and undated. Ed.] 

Charles by the Qrace of ($od, King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, 
Defender of the Faith, &*c. To all {Mayors, Bayliffs, Constables, and other Our 
Officers and {Ministers, Civil and (Military, whom it may concern, greeting. In 
pursuance of Our Declaration of the 1 $th of (March, 167 J. We do hereby permit 
and license Samuel Newton of the Presbyterien Perswasion to be a Teacher of 
the Congregation allowed by Us in the Oratory of John Bradshaw Esq r in 
Rivington in Our County of Lancaster for the Use of such as do not conform 
to the Church of England, who are of the Terswasion commonly called Presby- 
terien. With further license and permission to him the said Samuel Newton to teach 
in any other place licensed and allowed by Us, according to Our said Declaration. 

(jiven at Our Court at Whitehall, the day of in the 24'* 

Tear of Our Reign, 1672. 

By Hi's (Majesties Command. 

Newton a Teacher 

[All the words in Roman type are written in by B. Ed.] 



321 (319). [Printed licence filled in and signed, but not dated. Ed.] 
CHJ^LES ^ 

Charles by the (jrace of <jod, K^ing of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, 
Defender of the Faith &c. To all (Mayors, Bailiffs, Constables, and other Our 
Officers and (Ministers, Civil and (Military, whom it may concern, (greeting. In 
pursuance of Our Declaration of the i$tb of (March 1 67 \. We do hereby permit 
and license George Lisle [erased] of y e Presbyterien Perswation to be a Teacher 
of the Congregation allowed by Us in a Roome or Roomes in the house of 
Elizabeth Trcw att Witham in y e County of Essex for the Use of such as do 
not conform to the Church of England, who are of the Terswasion commonly called 
Presbyterien. With further license and permission to him the said George Lisle 
to teach in any other place licensed and allowed by Us, according to Our said 
Declaration. 

Given at Our Court at Whitehall, the day of in the 

2 4/0 Year of Our %eign, 1672. 

By His (Majesties Command 

a Teacher. JT^LKNJ^TOO^. 

[All the words in Roman type are written in by B. Ed.] 



321 (320). [Printed Licence filled in, but unsigned and undated. Ed.] 

Charles by the Qraee of (jod, King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, 
Defender of the Faith 9 S*c. To all (Mayors, Bayliffs, Constables, and other Our 
Officers and (Ministers, Civil and (Military, whom it may concern, Greeting. In 
pursuance of Our Declaration of the l$tb of (March, 167^. We do hereby 
permit and license Edmund Whincopp of the Congrcgationall Perswasion to 



S. P. IDom. Car. II, 321 393 



be a Teacher of the Congregation allowed by Us in a Roome or Roomcs in his 
howse in Middleton in our County of Suffolk for the Use of such as do not 
conform to the Church of England, who are of the Terswasion commonly called 
Congregationall. With further license and permission to him the said Edmund 
Whincopp to teach in any other place licensed and allowed by Us, according to Our 
Said 'Declaration. 

Given at Our Count at Whitehall, the day of in the z\th 

Year of Our %eign, 1672. 

<By His {Majesties Command. 

opp a Teacher. 

[All the words in Roman type are written in by B. Ed.] 



321 (321). 

Endorsed : Indulgence Parish of Kings Cleare 

[B. Ed.] 

To the Kings most excellent Majesty 
The humble Petition of divers of y e inhabitants of y e Parish of 
Kings cleare in y e county of Southampton 
Most humbly Sheweth 

That your Petitioners doe with all thankfullnes acknowledge 
your Majesty s Royall clemency and goodnes, and ye many benefits they 
have received thereby since your Majestys restauration to your Royall 
throne and government. And in .pticular they want words to expresse 
their most gratefull sense of that tender care of y e consciences of your 
subjects w ch your Majesty as y e father of yo r people hath beene pleased to 
expresse in your late gracious declaration of Indulgence, for which they 
hold themselves obliged to all duty to your Majesty, to hearty and 
constant prayer for your prosperity on earth, and your eternall happines 
in y e Kingdome of Heaven. Now for as much as your Petitioners 
app r hend themselves encouraged by that your Majestys gracious declara- 
tion to seeke y e full effect and benefit of it, in obtaineing by your Royall 
favour a Teacher and a place to assemble in, in order to theire publique 
worship and devotion according to theire Conscience 
rian ) Your Petitioners doe therefore humbly pray y* M r Richard Averie 
tion ) may be allowed to be theire Teacher, and an house appertaineing to 
M r William Jones in y e Kings cleare aforesaid, y e place of theire 
ordinary meeting for their publique Worship 

And yo r Petitioners as in duty bound shall ever pray. 
Richard Wiggmore Anthony Hanington 

Peter White Walter Bachiler 

Tho. Bramley The marke of 

Ambros Pearc James K Knight 

William Smith William Farr 

William Lane Henry Duckett 

Thomas Rabbets Benjamin Crooke 

The Marke of Stephen Hunt 

Thomas ^\. Sexton senior Edward Gilberd 

the marke of Richard White 

Edward j^ Lawrence Stephen Slater 

Richard Badcock [Autograph signatures. Ed.] 



394 & P. T)om. Car. II. 321 

321 (322). 

[At back.] 

Licences for the County of Norfolke 



1. For M r John Green of the Congregationall Judjm 1 of Tunstead in 

Norfolke 
Att the houses of Edmund Bell at Dilham Anthony Stewards in 
Tunstead & M r Greenes owne house all of these in Norfolke 

2. For M r W m Bidbancke of the Congregationall Judjm* of Norfolke 
att the houses of Thomas Church & John Allen in Lammas in the 

said County. 

3. For M r Thomas Worts of the Congregationall Judgm 1 of Witton in 

Norfolke 
att the houses of Robert Geele & Catharine Cubitt of Ingham & 
M r Worts owne house all in the said County. 

4. For M r Christopher Anivant of the Congregationall Judgm* of 

Trunch in Norfolke 
att the houses of Samuel Knight in Overstrand & M r Robert Flight 
at Trunch in the said County. 

5. For M r George Whitemarch of the Congregationall Judgment 
at his owne house at Gosport in Sussex 

Junij Jo: Sheldrake 

[All in J. Sheldrake's hand. Ed.] 



321 (323). 

Endorsed : Done. 

[B. Ed.] 

A Licence for the howse of M r Richard Herring in y e parish of Kenn 
in Devon for those of Presbiterien nonConformity to meet in 
for their publik Worship 
p pewrse. 

[Rich. Prowse. Ed.] 



321 (324). 

M r William Conway of the Presbiterian Judgment humbly prayes his 
Ma tics gracious favour and licence to preach in an Outhouse 
Barne of Edward Brownes in the parish of Westport in the Towne 
of Marleborough in the County of Wilts. 



lis 



321 (325). 

For the house of M r Thomas Freeman Tanner of Ramsbery in Wilt 

si) cire presbyterien 
Daniell Reade of Hungerford in Barksheire for his house, presbyter. 

Henry Gearing 
[The word ' presbyterien ' inserted afterwards in another hand. Ed] 






S. P. Uom. Car. II. 321 395 

321 (326). 

M r Ralph Warde minister of y e Citty of York of y e Independant per- 
swasion 
Desires a licence for himselfe 
Alsoe for y e house of M r Brian Davison in Outgate 
The Lady Wattsons house in Saviour gate 
M r Andrew Taylors house in Michal gate 
All in ye Citty of York 

Dorman Newman 



121 (327). 
M r Benson, 

I pray you expedite a License for M r John Glendole Presbyt. 
Chester, 
^nd for the house of Hugh Harvey in Chester. 

[Rich: Steele. Ed.] 



321 (328). 

For M r Will Benton Minister to preche in his one Hows in Thurscoe 
in the County of Yorke sheire and by proffeshon A presbitt 

For A Licence For the Presbitter to Mete and preach In the lofte over 
the Markett place in pettworth which they Hire 
ho: Blood 



*21 (329). 

Peter Nailer of y e presbyteryan Pswasion For ye house of Bonyface 
Coopers in Ponffrett In y e County of York 

W M Webb 



321 (330). 

M r Joseph Wilson of the presbiterian pswation humbly Desires a License 
to preach accorct to his Majesties Declaration 
at Newland neere Kingston sup. Hull 

p Jos: Wilson Jun r 
[The memo, is not in J. Wilson's hand. Ed.] 



321 (331). 

Licence for 

John Overhead of the Presbiterian perswasion for his owne House at 
Castle Henningham in the County of Essex 

Thomas Foley 



321 (332). 

I Desire a Lysence for the Dwelling howse of the Widow Shynner of 

Little Modbury In the County of Devon for to Preach In By 

Congregation or Presbyterian Minesters. 

Edw: Seaman 



396 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 321 

321 (333 . 

Endorsed : the houses not fild up in this note. 



M r Samuel Statham a Presbyterian of Loughborough in Leicester-shire. 
The house of M rs Mary Statham widow of Loughborough in Leicester- 
shire for Presbyterians to meet in, &c. 

[Not in Dr. Butler's handwriting. Ed.] 
M r Benson 

Pray doe mee the favour as to send mee licences as above desired 
by this gentleman & you will much oblige 

S r 
Pray let me know by him Your obliged friend 

what news from ye fleet. I Butler 



321 (334). 

Edward Alexander minister of the Congregationall way desires License 
to preach in the ordinary allowed places, & particularly in his owne 
dwelling house in the parish of St. Martin Orgars in the citty of 
London. 

James March 



321 (335). 

Congregat: M' JohnOvey] ^^^5^" Wallingf rd in the 

Cong: M' Thorn. Willis { his owne howse in 

( rikney in Somersetshere 

Will: Owen. 

321 (336). 

ffor M r Edward Brown a presbyterian 

M rs Elizabeth Tollers House to teach there 

at Horblin in Lincolneshire 

Antho: Wither 



321 (337). ~~ 

Rob* Alldred desires ye House of Abraham Billny att faireffeild in N< 
folke. Presbyter. 

Thomas Cockerill 



321 (338) ~ 

Edmond Whincop M r of Arts, of the Congregationall Perswasion, for 
his own house in Middleton in Suffolk, and for John Man's House 
in Swafling ; and for Richard Rouses house in Knodishall in the 
same County. 

John Hurnon, of the Congregationall perswasion for his dwelling House 
in Sibton in the County of Suffolk, and for M rs Dunningtonl 
House in Dunwitch and for Edmund Bellamy's House in Sibton in 
the same County 

Tho. Danson. 



S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 397 

321 (339). 

A License for 
M r Samuel Wills of y e P r sb: perswasion 

at his house called Whitley house in the County of Coventry 

And: Parsons. 
[Memo, in another hand. Ed.] 



51 (340). 

Pray a Lycence for 
Edward Clough of the Independent pswasion to preach 

in the house of John Snelock in Gislingham in the County of Suff. 

and in an other house in the occupacon of Richard Sendall in 
Kissingland in the same County neere Gislingham aforesd. 
ilsoe pray a lycence for the house of M r William Riseing in Lastoft, Suff, 

for such as are lycenced men to preach in 
.lsoe A lycence for M r John Money Independent to preach in the 

houses of John Edwards, John Briting and Richard Kempe of 

Wymondham in the County of Norff. 
'ray that M r Robert Ottie Independent whoe lately had a lycence to 

preach in his owne house in Beckles in Suff. may have another to 

preach in the house of M r Thomas Plumstead at Beckles late in 

the occupacon 
[Back.] 

of Thomas Muns and John Bedingfield 

as alsoe in y e house of M r Edward Artis, in Beckles: aforesa 1 . 
[In margin.] To be called for by me 

Edw. Swift 



121 (341). 
Addressed : To M r Benson 

These 



I should not renew yo r Trouble, but that I know it is not only 
Acceptable to his Majesty, but also unto you to assist such as crave y e 
benefit of his Ma ties Declaration. 

Be pleased therefore to expedite as soon as you can a License for M r 
James Cave Presbyt: in y e parish of Daventry Northamptonshire And 
For y e Houses of M rs Hannah Manley of Daventry Northampt: 

And of M r John Hawtyn ibct. For Presbyt: 
wherein also you oblige, 

s r , 

Yo r serv* 

R. Steele. 



321 (342). 

M r Robert Rogers of the presbit. perswasion: in his Owen howse in 
TX7 - 1 xt *.i .. u: 



Wappenham: Northamptonshire 



398 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 321 

M r Rob 1 Allen of the p r sbit p r swasion in the house of Edward Hardy 
Esq r in Adson Northamptonshire 

M r James Cave of the p r sbit perswasion in M rs Manly house Widdow 
in Dav entry: North-tonsh. 

M r John Worth of y e p r sbit: pswasion in the house of M r Jo: Billing in 
Weeden on y e Street Northton 

A Lycence for the house of Edward Horsman Esq r for the Use of Non- 
conformists cauled Congregationall in Stretton, Rutland 

Pray Deliver these to Nath. Ponder. 



321 (343). 

M r Benjamin Walter minister of the Presbyterian persuasion desires a 
Licence for the exercise of his ministry at his owne house, scituate 
in Bradford Abbas in the Countye of Dorset. 

by mee 

John Warr 



321 (344). 

The house of M r George Groome in Rattlesden in Suffolk to bee a 
house to meete in for those of y e perswasidn Comonly calld Con- 
gregationall 

M r John Stark minister of y e congregationall perswasion to bee teacher 
in y e aforesaid house 

for the house of Elizabeth Rust widdow in Rickingale in Suffolk to bee 
a meeting place for those of y e perswasion congregational 

R. Brinley. 



321 (345). 

A Lycence for y e house of Jn Savery Called y e Chequer In y e Parish of 

Ash neer Sandwitch for y e Presbeterian & Independent pswasion 
S r Joseph 
S r 

I also beg this Licence 

Your serv 1 

J. Gould. 

[The memo, in another hand, except the last half line. Ed.] 



321 (346). 

For the house of S r Samuell Taylor Kt and Bar. his Mault house 
Boyshall in Halsted Essex Presfc. Indipenft. 

To bee given to me 

John Newman 



321 (347). 

For M r William Grace att John Panells house in Rugely in Staforc 
shire 

he is prcsbeterin minister. 



S. P. Dom. Car. II. 321 399 

321 (348). 

John Abbot minister of the Congregationall way desires a generall 

lycence to preach : Also a licence is desired for the house of Peter 

Legay at West Stoake in Sussex 
John Willis minister of the Congregationall way desires a generall 

licence to preach Also desires a Lycence for his owne house without 

Westgate near Chichister in Sussex 



51 (349). 

'he house of M r JefFery Hicks of Woodford A mile from Wells in 
Wells parrish Somersett, is desird for a meeting place. 



{21 (350). 
Endorsed : Done 

[? B. Ed.] 

James Wagstaffe of Knightcot in Warwicksheer Congregationall 
perswasion desiers Licence for his howse onely 
John Clarke presbiterian desier a Licence for him selfe and howse in 
Shalbery in Barkshire 
'} Daniell Buckmaster for him selfe desiers a licence to prech in the 
house of Robert Kipping in Tharson or Robert Juby in Tibnam in 
Barks shire 

[Tho: Blood Ed.] 



521 (351). 

S r 
/ycence is desired for the House of M rs Sibbell Dawson widft: in Leedes 

in Yorkeshire, p r sbiterians. 
Alsoe for a Killnehouse in Flanshaw laine in the parish of Wakefeild 
Yorkeshire presbiterians 

[Timo. Cloudsley. Ed]. 



321(352). [On the back (margin). * As you deserve.' Ed.] 

M r Reginald Findlowe of Cold- Weston in the County of Salop, of the 

presbyterian perswasion, to preach in his owne house. 
For Margery Botflelds house in the Old Street ward in the parish of 

Ludlow, & County of Salop, for A meeting place, for those of the 

presbyterian perswasion 
For M r Richard Higgins his house of Steventon, in the parish of 

Ludford, & County of Salop, of the Congregationall perswasion. 



321 (353). 

Licenses to preach in y e County of Monmouth 
M r Henry Walter Independ 1 , at his howse at parke y Pill in y e parish of 
Lantarnu. 



400 S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 

M r John Powell Independent at the Markett howse in Newport. 
M T Joshua Lloyd. Independ 1 , Itinerant (if possible) 

For these: 3: places, The Bell Inn in Carwent the howse of John Morris. 
The howse of William Howell in the parish of Undy 
The howse of M r is Joane Jones callct Milton in the parish of Christ- 
church. 



321 (354). 

A Lycence for the house of M rs Joane Baker in the Parish of Oake in 
the County of Som r sett for the people of the Non-Conformitie of 
the Presbeterian Judgment to meet in for Worshipp 

A Lycence for a Meetinge place of those of the Presbeterian pswacon 
to meet in the howse of George Cary in the Parish of St. Benna- 
dicks in Glasto: in Som r sett 

M r Robert Speare to be a Teacher to a people of the Non-Conformitie of 
the PresbeteriS Judgment, the places for Worship the howses 
of John Speare & Joseph Jenkins in the Parish of Bromefeild in 
Some'sett 



321 (355). 

A Lycence for M r John Lougher of Twayte in y e County of Norff. 

of y e Presbyterian pswation 
A Lycence for ye set M r John Lougher to preach to A Congregat n of 
set .pswation in A roome in y e house of Thomas Preist of Southreps. 
And in A roome in the howse of John Doughty of Northreps. both in 
y e County of Norff. 

Thomas Beven 
[At back, written the reverse way.] JOHN LoUGHER 

Willliam Clarke 

Thomas Wasey 

Thomas Wyther 

James Graye: 

Thomas Priest 

In the name of all the Rest 



321 (356). 

Endorsed : A Memorandum for Licences: 

All in the County of Dorset. 



These Licenses are desired for psons & Houses in the County 
Dorset vizt 
For ye House of M r8 Ester Churchey of Weymouth k Melcombe 

Regis widow: now in the possession of M r Jonathan Edwards of 

ye same place 
For M r Mackeking of Mayden Newton of ye Presbyterian pswasion. 
For y House of M" Joan Toop wid: of ye same place 
For ye House of John Thorne of y e same place 
For M r Witt: Clerkc . . . of y c Congregational pswasion 
For ye House of M" Rebecca Hastings in ye Parish of Winfrint 



S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 401 

For y e House of M r Witt : Toope in ye parish of Chaldon 
For y e House of John Cade alias Cake in y e parish of Our 
For M r James Hallet of Winterburne Kingston of ye Congregationall 

pswasion 
For y e House of Richard Woolfryes of y e same place 
For y e House of Humphrey Miller in Abbotsbury. 
For y e House of M rs Elizabeth Hallet in Bridport. 
For y e House of M r Thomas Beer in Chiddiocke. 



321 (357). 

Rec d A Licence for Rob 1 Aldred Teacher & one Licence for y e house 
of Abraham Bilny, Both of Norfolke 

p me 

Tho 8 Cockerill 



321 (358). 

June 12 th 72 

Rec d these Lycences following 
Witt Beckett & his house Gloster sh 

'rancis Hayne & his house Gloster shy 1 " 
Witt. Davisons & his house Gloster shyre 
Tho Smith & his house Gloster shyre 
Tho Smith at Tho Bradeleys house presbiterian 

?ohn Skiner & his house Gloster sheyre 
Vancis Hariss & his house Payneswick HerefFord shyre 
John Chapman & his house Rerwarden Gloster shyr 
Nicholas Palmer at Jane Prices house New Winsor Berks 
Edd Hancox & his house Gloster shyre 
Tho. Webbs house Horsey Gloster shyre 
Witt Bakers house Oddington Gloster shyre 
Ellis byrds house Gloster shyre 
Will Coomebs house Wickham 
James Moxons house Leeds York shyre 

I say 

rec d by me 

Owen Davies 



321 (359). 

June the 12th 1672 

Received these Lysences following 
A lysence for M r Matthew Barker of London of the Congragationall 

way 
Another for M r Edward Allexander of the Congregationall way and 
one for his house 

Received by mee 

James March 
26 



4-02 S. P. T>om. Car. II. 321 

321 (360). 

June the 13 th 1672 
Rec d then a lycence for M r John Mony to teach 
Alsoe a lycence for the house of John Edwards at Wymondham in 
NorfF Alsoe twoe lycences for the houses of John Briteing & 
Richard Kempe in y e same Towne 
Also rec d a lycence for y e house of Richard Sendall in Kissingland in 
Suff. and another for the house of M r William Riseing at Lastoft 
in Suff e 

Edw: Swift. 



321 (361). 

June the 13 th 1672 Received a Lycence for John Abbot and a 

lycence for the house of Petter Legay 
and for John Willis and his house of Sussex 

I say re d 

p Richard Davis: 



321 (362). 

Rec d the 13 th June 1672 the Lycences und r written . 
for M rs Dawson's house in Leedes Yorkshire 
for a Killne house in flanshaw Laine in Wakefeild pish 
for West hall in Hatfeild in Yorkshire 

p Tim Cloudsley 

I want a Lycence for Jn Rookes a teacher Congregationall 



321 (363). 

ReceivM a Lycence this 14 th of June (72) 
for John Manshipp to teach 

in his owne house at : . . in Surrey 

John Clayton 



321 364). 

of Cornhill in London Presb: 
Generall Teacher, 
the house of Katharine Blanchard in Abingdon Berks 
the house of John Dew there, both presb: 
Rob: Tuchin Presb: 

'i> s e at Limington, Southampton 

(Ri)ch. Keston Congreg: 

his own house in ye town of Leicester 
I .. e of John Lock at Beaminster, Dorsett 

Tho: Gregg presb: 



S. P. Dom. Car. II. 321 403 

the house of Joseph Bernard at Stowford Wingfeild, Wilts 

the house of John Curie at Freshford, Somersett 

Tho: Creese Presb 

the house of John Low at Westbramwick Stafford 

The house of Rich: Fisher jun r there. 

John Faroll presb: 

the house of Rich: Collier at Farnham. 

James Prince presb: 

the house of Richard Withall in Farnham 

John Leaver Presb: 

the house of Widdow Dickinson in Middleton, Lancaster 

the house of Arthur Bromely there. 

John Willis Presb: 

a Roome under the Markett house at Beaminster Dorsett 

The house of Lancelott Cox there 

John Brice Presb: 

the house of Ellinor Floyer in Whitechurch Dorsett 

Ralph Ecclesole Presb: 

the house of W m Keels in Darleton, Stafford 

the house of John Hall in Bromingham, Warwick 

James Hallet presb: 

the house of John Dammer in Corne, Dorsett. 

Rich: Fincher Congreg: 

the house of Rich: Corenton, in Worcester. 

Tho: Badland Presb: 

the house of W m Cheatle in Worcester. 

Rich: Woolice Presb: 

the house of Elizabeth Stirrop in Worcester. 
Edw: Bennett Presb: 

the house of W m Stroud at Shipton mallett - Somersett 
Rob: Bartlet Presb: 

the house of W m Buckler at Warminster, Wilts 
Bush Presb: 

of Rob: Bagnall at Kaynsham Somersett 
Ralph Hall Presb: 

his owne house in Grange Lane, Chester 

the house of Rob: Warburton there. 
W m Bicknell presb: 

the house of Henry Matthew at Alton, Hampsn. 
Nath: Webb Presb: 

his own house in Bromham, Wilts. 
John Baker Presb: 

the house of Francis White in Templecombe parish, Somersett 
Wm Wilson Presb: 

his own house in Manchester. 

the house of John Rayner in Merrivall War 
Tho: Hill Presb: 

his own house near Lea Grange, Leicestershire 
the house of John King at Witherley, Leicester 

26 2 



404 S. P. T)om. Car, II. 321 

Tho: Maynard Presb: 

the house of John Breedon at Samford, Devon 
John Hill Presb: 

the house of John Gardiner in Staplegrove, Somersett 

the house of Geo: Fry there : 
W* Hophins Presb: 

his own house in Milborn Port, Somersett 

the Chamber over the Scholehouse in Ivelche Som 
Simon Barrett of Lam born, Berks. Presb: a Gen 11 teacher 
John Leighton of Greasley in Notingham Presb: a Gen 11 teacher. 
Rob: Pinney of Chard in Somersett Presb: a Gen 11 teacher. 
Joseph Moore of Hopton in Darby Presb: a Gen 11 teacher. 
Sam: Cotes Presb: 

the Mault house of Ruth Shell in Barwick 
the Mault house of Edward Salkeld there. 
Tho: Smith Presb: 

his own house at Huntley, Gloucestersh. 
Anthony Sleigh Presb: 

the house of John Noble in Graistock pish Cumberland 
Geo: Nicholson, Presb: 

the house of John Knight in Broadhembury 

the house of John Kapson at Sherborn 
John Wakely Presb. 

his own house in Thorncomb. Devon 



[Back.] 

. . . Willis Congreg: 

the house of John Peirce at Montacute Somers 1 
Rich: Sadler. Presb: 

the house of W m Bennion in Prees pish Salop 

the house of John Sherrett in Wem, Salop 
Tho: Wheatley Presb: 

his own house in Dedington pish, Oxon 

the house of Tim: Bignell there. 
Rich: Holbrook Presb: 

the house of W Walker at Pilkington, Lancaster 
John Mallinson Presb: 

his own house in Simondswood in Wolton pish Lancaster 
Jeremiah Scholes Presb: 

his own house in Salford Lancaster 

a Barn belonging to Rich: Kay of Bury Lancast r 
John Goldwyer Presb: 

the house of Edmund Young in Rumsey, Southampton 

the house of Hester Oviett in Eeling, Hampsfc 
John Hind Presb: 

own home in Fenlake in Cardington pish. Bedford 
Thoi enwood Presb. 

a place called the 2 ices in Cirencester Gloucester 



S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 405 



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/Elizabeth Reeve Markett 
Eliz: Clark at Nunton Wilts 
Widdow Randall at Bower Chalk, 
John Compton in Bolton Lancaster. 
Henry Shell in Barwick 
Mark Gibon in Usmaston Pembrooke 
John Phillipps there. 
W m Drayton in Athurston Warwick 
Sam. Salisbury there 
Wm Yardley there. 
Nath: Heel at Ratcliff Oily, Leicester 
Abraham Crosland at Applesby Darb. 
Rob: Hill at Aston Darby. 
Rob: Watler at Pegham, Sussex 

John Hall there 
Rich Key at East den, Sussex. 
Eliz: Bridger at Funtington, Sussex 
W m Sprigg at Ensworth, Hamps: 
John Kendall in Austry, Warwick 
Tho: Sanders in Caldwell. Darby. 
A place called Trinitie House in Greaseb 
Ambrose Hichcock at Plott near Thorncomb. Devon 
Robert Baker at Winsham Somers* 

[Ja: Innes jun r . Ed.] 



321 (365). 

Thomas Woots presbiterian to preach in the house of Thomas Brady 
of Causton in the County of Norfolke 

Tho: Dewing 



321 (366). 

Thomas Worts prebyterian of Guestwicke in the County of Norfolke 
humbly requests His Majesty es Lycence to preach in the now 
dwelling house of Thomas Brady of Cawston in Norfolke 

[Tho: Dewing. Ed.] 



321 (367). 

A Roome or Roomes in the occupation of Thomas Stone of Causton 
in Norfolke to be lycenced for those of the presbiterian perswation 
to be delivered to 

Michaell Dewing 



321 (368). 

Som r sett 

The humble Request of His maj ties Loyall Subiects Inhabitants 
within the parrishe of merriott in the County aforesaid whose names are 
underwritten 

Wee with and on the behalfe of o r neighbours and pishoners taking 
nottice of his ma ties gratious Declaration of the fifteenth of march 



406 S. P. T)om. Ca?\ II. 321 

167 1 for Lycensing of places and ministers doe humbly Request 
that Edward Coles house of our aforesd" parrish of merriott be Licensd 
a place of publike meeting for the peaceble worshipe of god 

Soe shall wee pray for the kinges ma tie & kingdomes prosperity 
Edward Coles Robartt Hoggesen 

John Templeman Thomas: Smith: 

William Hart 

John Shinner The Menesters name 

Richard Templema is M R John Turner 



321 (369). 

Endorsed : Brinley Essex 



[B. Ed.] 



Samuell Brinley of Dedhem in Essex Preso. preacher & to such, & Con- 
gregationall hearers, desires one License for his sister house Eliza- 
beth Thompson of Dedham in Essex & one Gennerall Licence for 
Every place Licenced &c 

To be M to me 

R. Brinley 



321 (370). 

Hugh Reynolds 
is my name and with my pen I write the same 
and if my pen had Been 

[In quite another hand from the applications below. Ed]. 



Elizabeth Tompson house in Dedham in Essex to Preach to a People 

comonly called Presfr. and Congregationall 
Samuell Brinley of Dedham in Essex: Presn. desires a Licence to Preach 

in any place Licenced 

[In R. Brinley's handwriting. Ed.] 



[At back.] 

Jn Chames Cheindy 
Sr 

I wood have you to remember your friends and not forgett 
them as you doo, for it is not good to forgett frinds as times ;oes now. 

Sr 

I am yo r Sarvant 

Rob: Fr. 
My Lady Commanded me to Inclose this Letter to you [erased.] 
and shee Most. 

[Reverse half-back.] 

James Jno Chame 

Jn Jn Thomas 

France and France Cohming 

Jonas Jn as Comaiul 1 



aS". P. Uom. Car. II. 321 407 

France and by the 
Richard Thomas 

Thomas 

I am 

Chambert 



321 (371). 

The howse belonging to John Bradley in y e parish of Henniocke in y e 

County of Devon is desired & prayed for those to meet in that are 

of y e Presbiterian nonConformity. 
PROSE [R. Prowse. Ed.] 



321 (372). 

William Atkin of the pish of Hartland & County of Devon being a 
presbeterian desires his house in Hartland may be licensed accord- 
ing to the Kinges declaration for Licensed ministers to preach 
in & the same Licence to be delivered to 

W M Atkins 



321 (373). 

M r Hen: Walter Independant and his house att Parke y Pill in the 

parrish of Lanterneum 
M r John Powell Independant 
M r Josu Lloyd Independant Itinerant [erased. Ed.] 

For these 3 places The Bell Jnn in Caerwent y e house of John 

Morrice 
The house of Will: Howell in y e pish of Undy 

The house of Joane Jones called y e Milton in y c parrish of XcHurch. 

June 17 th 72 
Rec d these licenses 

by 
me William Jones 

[The list the same hand as 321 (353). Ed.] 



321 (374). [Printed Licence for Place. Why retained at Whitehall ? Filled in, 
signed, and dated. Ed.] 

Charles by the (jrace of Cjod, KJng of England ', Scotland, France and Ireland, 
Defender of the Faith &>c. To all {Mayors, Bay tiffs, Constables, and other Our 
Officers and {Ministers, Civil and {Military, whom it may concern, (greeting. In 
pursuance of Our Declaration of the 1 $th {March, 1 67 J. We have allowed, and 
We do hereby allow of a Roome or Roomes in the house of John Disne att 
in Lincolneshire to be a Place for the Use of such as do not conform 
to the Church of England, who are of the Perswasion commonly called Presbyterien 
to meet and assemble in, in order to their publick Worship and Devotion. And all 
and singular Our Officers and {Ministers, Ecclesiastical, Civil, and {Military, 
whom it may concern, are to take due notice hereof: And they, and every of them, 



4o8 S. P. 'Dom. Car. II. 321 

are hereby strictly charged and required to binder any tumult or disturbance, and 
to protect tbem in their said (Meetings and Assemblies. 

(jiven at Our Court at Whitehall, the 22 th day of July in the z^th year of 
Our T^eign, 1672. 

By His ^Majesties Command 
Disne's house. CLIFFORD. 

[All the words in Roman type are written in by B. Ed.] 



321 (375). [Printed Licence for place. Filled in, signed and dated. Why then 
retained at Whitehall ? Ed.] 

chafes ^ 

Charles by the Qrace of Qod, King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, 
Defender of the Faith, S*c. To all (Mayors, ( Bayliffs, Constables, and other Our 
Officers and (Ministers, Civil and (Military, whom it may concern, (greeting. In 
pursuance of Our Declaration of the 15M of (March 167 \. We have allowed, and 
We do herehy allow of a Roome or Rooraes in the house of George White in 
Darbyshire to be a Place for the Use of such as do not conform to the Church of 
England, who are of the Perswasion commonly called Congregationall to meet and 
assemble in, in order to their publick Worship and Devotion. And all and singular 
Our Officers and (Ministers, Ecclesiastical, Civil and (Military, whom it may 
concern, are to take due notice hereof: And they, and every of them, are hereby 
strictly charged and required to hinder any Tumult or Disturbance, and to protect 
them in their said (Meetings and Assemblies. 

(jiven at Our Court at Whitehall the 22 th day of ]uly in the z\th year of Our 
%eign, 1672. 

By His (Majesty's Command 

CLIFFORD 

White's house. 

[All the words in Roman type are written in by B. Ed.1 

[At back.] 3V 

Licenses for Non Con Meeting & preacher. 



321 (376). 

Endorsed : Ball Marden Dorsett 



[B. Ed] 



M r Samuell Ball desires that he may have 
A Licence to preach in M r John Collins house In Morden in 
Dorsettshiere 
M r Edward Taylers house in Poole in Dorsetshire to be allowed 






321 (377). [Full licence written, not printed. Ed.] 
Charles R: 
Charles by the Grace of God King of England Scotland, France 
and Ireland Defendo r of the Faith &c To all Mayors Bav litis, 

Constables, and other our Officers and Ministers, Civill and Military 
whome it may concerne Greeting. In pursuance of o r Declara- 

tion of the 15 th of March 167J Wee have Allowed and wee doe hereby 
allow of a Roome or roomes in ye Co rte howse at Holcome in To 






S. P. T)om. Car. II. 321 409 

tington in Lancashire, to bee a place for the Use of Such as doe not 
conforme to the Church of England, who are of ye pswasion coilionly 
called Presbyterian, to meete and assemble in, in Ord r to their Publicke 
Worshipp and Devotion. And all and Singular our Officers and 

Ministers, Ecclesiasticall Civill and Millitary whome it may concerne ar 
to take due notice hereof. And they and ev r y of them are heereby 
strictly charged and required to hind r any Tumult or Disturbance, and 
to ptect them in their said meeteings and assemblies. Given att o r 

Co rt e att Whytehall y e 30 th day of Septemb r in the 24 th yeare of o r 
Raigne 1672 

By his Majesties Command 
Arlington 



321 (378). 

Febr. 19 th 1672 Rec d 2 licences one for M r John Smith To Teach: and 
one for his house in y e Parish of St. Nicholas in Newport in the 
Isle of Wight 

I say rec d them 
p me 

Richard Davis 



STATE PAPERS. DOMESTIC 

Entry Books. Nos. 27, 38A, 
and 38B. 



ENTRY BOOK. No. 27. 

[On back.] 

27. S. P. Dom. Entry Books. 

Ecclesiastical & Universities, 

1667 to 1668. 



[On side.] 

Church. 
Stamped 22 May 1861. T. T. 



ENTRY BOOK. No. 3 8a, 

[On back.] 

S. P. Dom. Entry Book. 

Preaching Licences. 

Domestic Entry Book 3 8a. 

[On Title Page.] 

Stamped T. T. 

Indulgence. 



ENTRY BOOK. No. 3 8b. 
Preaching Licences. Index to, 



STATE PAPERS. DOMESTIC. 
ENTRY BOOK No. 27 

(30). 

Licence granted to Benjamin Woodbridge to be a Teacher of the 
Jongregacon allowed in the Towne Hall of Newberry in Com. Berks 
>r the use of those of the perswasion commonly called Presbyterians 

ith further licence &c according to the forme, dated 9 th Apr. 1672 

An order was passed the same day for allowing the s d Towne Hall to 

their Meeting place 



tenjamin Burges had his Ma ties Licence to be a Teacher of Presby- 
terians in the house of Robert Reynolds in Portsmouth in Com. 
Southampton, and at Gospt in y e same County in the House 
of . . . Haukesford Widow, with further licence &c. ut supra 

Orders were passed of the same date for allowing the 2 places 
above menconed 

[Followed on same page by Corroboration of William Wade, M.A. to the 
Rectory of Broadwater in Sussex. Ed.] 



B (306). 

Henry Lukin License 
to teach. 

Charles &c To all May rs , Bayliffs, Constables, and other Our 
Officers and Ministers both Civill and Military whom it may concerne, 
Greeting. 

In pursuance of Our Declaration of the 15 th of March 167^. Wee 
do hereby permit and License Henry Lukin to be a Teacher of the 
Congregation allowed by Us in the Parish of Matching in Our County 
of Essex for the use of such as do not conforme to the Church of 
England, who are of the perswasion comonly called Congregationall. 
With further License to him the said Henry Lukin to teach in any 
other place Licensed and allowed by Us according to Our said 
Declaracon. Given &c Whitehall Aprill 11 th 1672 in the 24 th yeare of 
our Reigne 

By his Ma ties Coiiiand 
J.Tr. 



414 S. P. T)om. E. B. 27 

Edwd Casse's house 

allowed to teach in. 

Congregaconall 
Charles &c in Pursuance of Our Declaracon of the 15th of March 
167^ Wee do hereby allow of a certaine Roome or Roomes in the 
house of Edw d Casse in the Parish of Matching in Our County of 
Essex to be a place for the use of such as do not conforme to the Church 
of England, who are of the perswasion comonly called Congregationall, 
to meet and assemble in, in order to their publick worship and devotion, 
And all our Officers Ecclesiasticall, Civill & Military, are to take due 
notice hereof. And they & every of them are hereby strictly charged 
and required to hinder any tumult or disturbance, and to protect them 
in their s d meetings and assemblies. 
Given &c. 

ut supra : 



B (31). 

M r Warren 

License to John Warren to be a Teacher of the congregation allowed 
by his Ma^ i n the Towne of Hatfield Regis in the County of 
Essex, for the use &c comonly called Congregationall 

Dated ut supra. 
At the same time License was granted for a Roome or Roomes in 
the house of Anne Barker widow in the s d Towne for their meeting 
in &c 

[Then follows a Dispensation to Thomas Wotton, B.D., to Lecture in 
Hereford Cathedral though he is not Prebendary thereof. Ed.] 

M r Farrington 

William Farrington to be a teacher of Presbyterians at the Old 

Theatre in Vere Street. Apr. 11 th 1672 
The Old Theatre Licenced accordingly. 



B (316). 

April jyth 1672 

Nathaniell Robinson Licensed to Preach by his Ma tie in the House ot 
Anne Knight Widdow in y e Towne of Soutiiton y e Congrega- 
tionall way 
ditto, the said M rs Knights house allowed for their meeting place 

J. Trevor 
Ames Short 

Ames Short License to teach in his own house in Lime in Count) 
of Dorset. Presbyterians. Aprill 12 th 1672. 
W m Com 

W' Cornith to teach at Sir Heneage Fetherston's in Cow Lane 

London Presbyterians Aprill y e 17 th 72. 
The s d S r Heneage Fetherstons house Licensed. 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 27 415 

M r Caryl 

Joseph Caryl licensed to teach in the house of Thomas Knight 
Merch 1 in Leadenhall Street London. Congregationall. 
Aprill 13 th 72. 

M r Beerman 

W m Beerman Licensed to be his assistant Aprill 15 th 72. 
The s d M r Knight's house Licensed. Aprill 13 th 72 

Mr Wells 

Martin Wells Licensed to teach at the house of W m Slater in the 
Towne of Newport & Isle of Wight. Presbyterians. Aprill 
16 th 72. 
The s d Slater's house licensed Aprill 16 th 72. 

x Stackhouse 
Stackhouse Licensed to teach in the house of James Hayes 
Merchant called Combe-Farme w th in y e Parish of Greenwich 
and County of Kent, Congregationall. Aprill y e 16 th 72 
Combe Farme Licensed at the same time. 



B (32). 

M r Buxton 

Thomas Buxton Licensed to teach in his owne house in Tamworth 
in County of Stafford. Congregationall. Aprill the 16 th 
1672. 

William Wallace to teach 
in his own house 

Charles &c. To all Mayors &c. In pursuance &c. Wee do 
hereby permit and License William Wallace to be a Teacher of those 
who are of the perswasion comonly called Presbyterians And to teach 
in his own house at East Deane in our County of Sussex, or in any 
other place Licensed and allowed by Us according to Our S d 
Declaracon 

And all Our Officers Ecclesiasticall &c. Given at Our Court at 
Whitehall the 19th day of Aprill, 1672 in the 24th yeare of Our 
Reigne. 

By his Ma ties comand 
JTr: 
Mr Cater 

Charles &c To all Mayors &c Greeting. 

In pursuance of Our Declaracon of y e 15 th of March 167 Wee do 
hereby permit and Licence Andrew Cater of y e perswasion comonly 
called Presbyterian to be a Teacher, and to teach in any place or places 
Licenced & allowed by Us according to Our s d Declaracon. Given 
&c. I th day of May, 1672. 



4 i6 S. P. T>om. E. B. 27 

B (326). 
M r Wilson 

John Wilson Licence to be a Teacher of the Congregacon allowed 
in the House of Will m Taylor in the Parish of Little Halling- 
bury in County of Essex of those of the pswasion commonly 
called Congregaconall. 

May I st 1672 
M r Taylors house, Licenced accordingly. 

dated ut supra. 
M r Birch. 

Samuel Birch Licenced to be a Teacher of Presbyterians, and to 
teach in his own house at Shilton in Com. Berks, dated ut 
supra 
M r Payne. 

John Payne Licenced to be a Teacher of Presbyterians in the 
House of George Holgate in the Towne of Bishop Stratford in 
Com. Hartford. 

dated ut supra 
M r Holgates house Licenced accordinly. 

dated ut supra. 



B (33). 
M r Pace. 

Thomas Pace Licenced to be a Teacher of Presbyterians in his 
owne house at Battersea in the County of Surrey or in any 
other place Licenced according to the Kg s Declaracon. dated the 
22 th of Aprill, 1672. 
M r Dixon. 

Thomas Dixon Licenced to be a Teacher of Presbyterians in his 
own house in the Citty of Durham. 

May I st 1672. 
M r Ely. 

Samuel Ely Presbyterian to teach in any place Licenced according 
to y e Declaracon. 

May I st 1672. 
M r Pell. 

William Pell to be a Teacher of Presbyterians, and to teach in 
his own house in the Citty of Durham, or in any other 
place, &c 

May I st 
M r Shildrake. 

Will m Shildrake Licenced to be a Teacher of those of the perswasion 
comonly called Congregationall in the House of William Burton 
in Great Yarmouth in Com. Norfolk 23 th of Apr. 1672. 



B (336). 

M r Burtons house Licenced. 

William Burtons house Licenced accordingly to meet in. 

Apr. 23 th 1672. 



S. P. "Bom. E. B. 27 417 

M r Blake 

Henry Blake Presbyterian Licenced to teach in any place 
Licenced. 

Apr. 23^ 1672 
Licence for a certaine roome or roomes in the house of Peter Foster in 
the Parish of High Ongar in County of Essex to be a meeting 

I place for those of the Congregaconall pswasion. May I st 1672. 
The same for Thomas Lions house in the Parish of Sabridgeworth in 
County of Hartford for those of Presbyterian perswasion. May 1* 
1672. 
Licence for a certaine Roome or Roomes in the house of Henry Ash- 
hurst in Clapton in the Parish of Hackney in County of Midds. for 
those of Presbyterian pswasion. May 8 th 72. 

Mr Welles 
Samuel Welles Presbyterian Licensed to teach in his owne house 
or in the house of James Sutton - both in Banbury Oxon or in 
any other place, &c. 
dated May 10 th 1672. 



B (34). 
M r Greene 

John Greene License to be a Teacher of the Congregacon in 
the house of William Newson in Dickleburgh County Norfolke, 
Congregationall May 10 th 1672 

The s d House Licensed p forma May 10 th 72 

Licence for a Roome or Roomes in the house of Temperance Hill 
Widow in Rusall in County Norfolke. Congregationall. 

May 10 th 1672. 
M r Newton 

Edward Newton licence to be a Teacher of the Congregacon 
allowed in the house of . . . Swan Widow in the Towne of 
Lewis County Sussex Presbyterian perswasion. May 15 th 
1672. 
The s d house licensed p forma. same date. 

M r Collins 

William Collins License to teach in the house of Anne 
Boreham widow in the Parish of Matching in County of 
Essex Anabaptists May 10 th 72. 

The said house licensed. same date. 

[ r Beaton 

John Beaton Presbyterian perswasion to teach in any place licensed, 
&c. 

May 15 th 1672. 
[ r Comin 

Richard Comin license to teach in the house of Austin Cooke in 
the Towne of Wanting County Berks. Presbyterians. 
May 15 th 1672. 
The s d house licensed p forma same date. 

27 



4i 8 S. P. T>om. E. B. 27 

B (346). 
M r Gregorie 

Jerom Gregorie Licenced to teach in his own house at Little 
Marlow in County of Bucks dated the 17 th of May 1672. 



The last in E. B. 27. 



[B (35). Recommendation of John Wood, B.D., to Dean & Chapter of Sarum for 
the next Residentiarys place in Sarum Cathedral. Ed.] 



STATE PAPERS. DOMESTIC 
ENTRY BOOK No. 3 8a 



a). 

,icence for W m 
[enkin 

be a Teacher 
Home Alley 
Aldersgate 
Jtreet. Jenkins. 
London, 



A place 
for a 
Teacher 
in Home 
Alley &c. 
Lond. 
Presb. 



INDULGENCE. 1672 

Charles &c. 

To all Mayors, Bailiffs, Constables Sc other Our 
Officers Sc Ministers Civill Sc Military whom it 
may concerne, Greeting. In Pursuance of Our 
Declaration of the 15 of March 167 J Wee doe 
hereby permitt Sc licence W m Jenkin to bee a 
Teacher of the Congregation allowed by Us in a 
Howse or Chamber in Home Alley in Aldersgate 
Street London for the use of such as doe not 
conforme to the Church of England, who are of 
the Perswasion commonly called Presbyterien. 
With further licence Sc permission to him the said 
W m Jenkin to teach in any other place licenced 
by Us according to Our said Declaracon. Given 
at Our Court at Whitehall the 2 d day of Aprill in 
the 24 th yeare of Our Reigne 1672. 

By His Ma ties Command 
Arlington. 

Charles Sec To all Mayors, Bailiffs, Constables Sc 
other Our Officers Sc Ministers Civill Sc Military, 
who it may concerne, Greeting. In pursuance of 
Our Declaracon of the 15 of March 167 J Wee 
have allowed Sc Wee do hereby allow of a Howse 
or Chamber in Horn Alley in Aldersgate Street 
London to be a place for the use of such as doe 
not conforme to the Church of England who are of 
the Perswasion commonly called Presbyterien to 
meet Sc assemble in, in order to their Publick 
Worship & devotion. And all Sc singular Our 
Officers Sc Ministers Ecciicall, Civill Sc Military, 
whom it may concerne, are to take due notice 
hereof, And they Sc every of them are hereby 
strictly charged Sc required to hinder any Tumult 
or Disturbance, Sc to protect the in their said 
Meetings Sc Assemblies. Given at &c the 2 d day 
of Aprill in the 24 th yeare of Our Reigne 1672. 
By his Ma ties Command 
Arlington. 

272 



420 



S. P. Tfom. E. B. 38 



E (2). 
Polwheele 
Congreg. 
Tiverton. 



Tiverton. 
Congreg. 



Stuckley. 
Congreg. 
Exester. 

Exeter 
Congreg. 



j 
a 

o 

8* 



O 



c 

p 
> 



U 



London 

Presbyt. 

[erased] Goulds 

house 

Vincents 

Maddockes. 

Presbyt. 

London. 



Broomes house. 

Presb. 

London. 

Hand Alley. 

Presb. 

London. 



Vincent. 

Presb. 

London. 

Cradocke 

Presb. 

Suffolke 




e \ a 

= 

s in c 2 



Geesings in 

Suffolk. 

Presb. 

E (3). 
Cawton. Pr. 

\Vestm r . 



St Annes Lane 

l'r. 



Sharpe. Pr 
London. 

Beach lane. 

l'r. 
London. 



Licence for Theophilus Polwheile to be a Teacher 
in the Towne of Tiverton Devon in a howse 
belonging to Peter Bere. 

2 Apr. 1672. of y e Congregationall &c 

[J. W. Ed.] 
Licence to allow the Howse of one Peter Bere in 
Tiverton to be a Place for a Teacher. 2 Apr. 1672, 
Congregationall. [J- W. Ed.] 

Licence for Lewis Stuckley to be a Teacher in a 
howse belonging to Nicholas Savery in the Citty of 
Exceter. 2 Apr. 1672. of y e Congregationall. &C. 

[J. W. Ed.] 
Licence allowing an howse belonging to Nicholas Savery 
in the Citty of Exceter to be a place for a Teacher 
2. Apr. 1672 Congregationall. [J. W. Ed.] 

Licence allowing a Roome or Roomes in M r Goulds 
howse (altered 16 Apr.) M r Vincents howse in the 
Spittle to be a place for a Teacher 2. Apr. 1672. 
Presbyterien. . [J. W. Ed.] 

Licence to W m Maddockes to be a Teacher in M r 
Broomes howse in Bartholomew lane & in M r 
Goulds howse in the Spittle. Apr. 2. 1672. Pres- 
byterian. LJ. W. Ed.] 
Licence allowing M r Broomes Howse in Bartholomew 
lane to be a Place for a Presbyterien Teacher Apr. 2. 
1672. 
Licence allowing a certaine Howse in Hand Alley 
without Bishopps Gate to be a Place for a Presby- 
terien Teacher. Apr. 2. 1672. 
Licence for Thomas Vincent to be a Teacher in a 
certaine Howse in Hand Alley without Bishopps 
Gate. 2. Apr. 1672. Presbyterian. [J. W. E.] 
Licence to Samuel Cradocke to be a Teacher at Gees- 
ings in Wickam in Suffolke. 2. Apr. 1672. Pres- 
byterian. [J- W. Ed.] 
Licence allowing a certaine Howse called Geesings in 
the parish of Wickam in Suffolke to be a Place for 
Presbyterian Teacher. 2. Apr. 1672. 



Licence to Thomas Cawton to be a Presbyterien 

Teacher in his owne Howse in S*. Anne's Lane 

Westm r . Ap. 2. 1672. 
Licence allowing the Howse of Thomas Cawton in 

S l . Anne's Lane Westm r to be a Place fo 

Presbyterien Teacher 2. Apr. 1672. 
Licence to James Sharpe to be a Presbyterian Teacher 

in Kings head Court in Beach lane 2. Apr. 1672. 
Licence allowing a certaine Howse in Kings head 

Court in Beach lane London to be a Place for I 

Presbyterien Teacher. 2. Apr. 1672. 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 421 



12 (3) continued. 
Blaky. Pr. 
London.* 



Del 



Sims a Teacher 
at Kingston. 
Pr. 



M r Piccard's howse 
in Kingston. 
Pr. 



A Howse near 
Blackfriers 
London Pr. 



West a Teacher 
Ropemakers Alley 
London. Pr. 



Dr. Annesley a Pr. 
Teacher in Spittle 
fields. 



E(4). 

A Howse in Rope- 
makers Alley, 
London. Pr. 



D r Annesleys 
howse in Spittle- 
fields London. Pr. 



Almnery Hall in 

Longport. 

Congregat. 



Durant Congreg. 
Almnery Hall. 



Licence to Nicholas Blaky to be a Presbyterien 

Teacher in a certaine Howse neare adjoining to 

Blackfryers Church. 2. Apr. 1672. 

ivered These above to ye party es themselves Apr. 3. 72. 

, . rj. W. Ed.] 

Licence to W Sims to be a Presbyterian Teacher in 

Kingston upon Thames in the County of Surrey. 

2 d Apr. 1672. 

delivered M r Sims himselfe. 3 Apr. 

[J. W. Ed.] 
Licence allowing a Howse belonging to M r Piccard in 
Kingston upon Thames to be a Place for a Presby- 
terian Teacher. 2. Apr. 1672. 

delivered M r Sims himselfe. 3 Apr. 

[J. W. Ed] 
Licence allowing a certaine Howse near adjoining to 
Blackfriers Church to be a Place for Presbyterian 
Teacher 2. Apr. 1672. 
desired by Mr. Blakey who was brought by M r Blood, 
sent to him Apr. [J. W. Ed.] 

Licence to Edward West to be a Presbyterian 
Teacher in his owne howse in Ropemakers Alley 
in little Moorefields. 2. Apr. 1672. 
desired by D r Butler, and sent to him. Apr. 4. 

[J. W. Ed.] 
Licence to D r Samuel Annesley to be a Presbyterian 
Teacher in his owne howse in Spittle Fields. 
2. Apr. 1672. 

Desired by D r Butler, & sent to him. 4. Apr. 

[J. W. Ed.] 



Licence allowing M r Edward Wests house in Rope- 
makers Alley in Moorefields to be a Place for a Pres- 
byterian Teacher. 2. Apr. 1672. 

Desired by D r Butler, and sent to him 4 Apr. 

jj. W. Ed] 

Licence allowing D r Annesleys house in Spittlefields to 

be a Place for a Presbyterian Teacher. 2. Ap. 1672. 

Desired by D r Butler & sent to him. 4. Apr. 

[J. W. Ed.] 

Licence allowing Almnery Hall in or neare the 

Borough of Longport without Canterbury to be a 

Place for a Congregationall Teacher. 2. Apr. 1672. 

Desired by M r Mascall a Merch 1 upon a lett r from 

y e Teacher & Congregation. 4. Apr. [J. W. Ed.] 

Licence to John Durant to be a Congregationall Teacher 

in Almnery Hall without Canterbury. 2. Apr. 1672. 

* N.B. To this point, all that is written in the margin is in Sir Joseph William- 
son's hand. The rest, and what follows, up to the middle of p. 220, is in Mr. Fr. 
Benson's hand. Ed. 



422 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 



E (4) continued. 

Marshall 

Pr. Topliffe. 



Harrison. Pr. 
Pedmash. 



Howse in Topliffe. 
Pr. 



Pedmash in 
Essex. Pr. 



Milward to be 
Presbyt. Teacher 
in any place 
allowed. 



(5). 

Chambre Pr. 
Teacher in any 
allowed Place. 



A chamber adjoin- 
ing to Doelittle's 
howse Pr. London. 
Mugwell Street. 



my 

icher in any 
allowed Place. 



Licence to M r Christ. Marshall to be a Congreg. 
Teacher in a certaine Howse in Topliffe in Yorke- 
shire. 2. Apr. 1672. 

Licence to John Harrison to be a Presbyterian 
Teacher in his owne Howse in Pedmash in Essex. 
2 Apr. 1672. formerly belonging to the Savills, 
now subdivided & possessed by severall Clothiers 
called Topliffe. 

Licence allowing a certaine Howse in Topliffe in 
Yorkshire to be a Place for a Congreg. Teacher 
2. Apr. 1672. 

Licence allowing M r Harrisons howse in Pedmash in 
Essex to be a Place for a Presbyterian Teacher 
2. Apr. 1672. 

Desired these four by D r Butler, & sent to him 
4. Apr. [J.W. Ed.] 

Charles by the Grace of God King of England, Scot- 
land, France & Ireland, Defender of the Faith &c. 
To all Mayors, Bailiffs, Constables, and other Our 
Officers & Ministers, Civill & Military, whom it 
may concerne, Greeting. In pursuance of Our 
Declaration of the 15 of March 167 Wee doe 
hereby permitt & licence John Milward of the Per- 
swasion commonly called Presbyterien to be a 
Teacher & to teach in any Place licenced & allowed 
by Us, according to Our said Declaration. Given at 
Our Court at Whitehall the 2 d day of Aprill in 
the 24 th yeare of Our Reigne. 1672. 

desired by D r Butler & sent By &c 

to him. 4. Apr. [J. W. Ed.] Arlington. 



Licence to Robert Chambre to be a Presbyterian 
Teacher in any place licenced & allowed by Us. 
2. Apr. 1672. 

desired by D r Butler & sent to him. 4. Apr. 

[J. W. Ed.] 

Licence allowing a certaine roome adjoineing to the 
dwelling howse of Thomas Doelittle in Mugwell 
Streete to be a Place for a Presbyterian Teacher. 
2. Apr. 1672. 

Desired by M r Innesse, and sent to him. 4. Apr. 

1672. [J-W. Ed.] 

nee to Edmund Calamie to be a Presbyterian 

Teacher in any place licenced & allowed by Us. 

2. Apr. 1672. 

Desired by M r Innesse & sent to him. 

[J. W. Ed.] 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 



423 






E (5) continued. 
Doelittle Pr. 
Mug well street. 



D r Manton Pr. 
Teacher. 

Westmerland 
Howse Pr. 



Steele Pr. Teacher 
in Westmerland 
howse, or any 
allowed place. 
Parsons Pr. 
Teacher in 
South wark, or any 
allowed place. 
Stubbs howse in 
Jewin Street Pr. 
Place. 

Stubbs Pr. 
Teacher in 
Jewin Street or 
other allowed place, 
Parsons Howse at 
Deadman's place 
Pr. Place for a 
Teacher. 



Licence to Thomas Doelittle to be a Presbyterian 

Teacher in Mugwell Street, London. 2. Apr. 1672. 
Desired by M r Innesse & sent to him. 4. Apr. 

[J. W. Ed.] 
Licence to D r Manton to be a Presbyterian Teacher 

2. Apr. 1672. 
Licence allowing a certaine Roome or Roomes in 

Westmerland Howse London to be a Place for a 

Presbyterian Teacher. 2. Apr. 1672. 
Licence to Richard Steele to be a Presbyterian Teacher 

in Westmerland Howse London and any other Place 

allowed by Us. 2. Apr. 1672. 
Licence to M r Andrew Parsons to be a Presbyterian 

Teacher in Deadmans place in Southwarke, or any 

other allowed Place. 2. Apr. 1672. 
Licence allowing the Howse of Henry Stubbs neare 

Jewin Street to be a Place for a Presbyterian 

Teacher. 2. Apr. 1672. 
Licence to Henry Stubbs to be a Presbyterian Teacher 

in his own howse in Jewin Street, or other allowed 

Place. 2. Apr. 1672. 
Licence allowing M r Andrew Parsons howse at Dead- 
mans Place in Southwarke to be a Place for a 

Presbyterian Teacher. 2. Apr. 1672. 



E(6). 

M r John Flavell, 

Congr. 

at Dartmouth. 

M r Flavells House 
in Dartmouth. 
Congreg. 



M r Vincent Pr. in 
Farthing Alley. 



Howse in Farthing 
Alley Pr. 



M r Godman 
Congr. at 
Deptford. 

Howse in Dept- 
ford. Congr. 



M r WhitakerPr. in 
Court yard in 
Bermondsey. 



Licence to M r John Flavell to be a Teacher of y e 

Congregationall way, in a Congregation in his owne 

house at Dartmouth. Apr. 2 d . 72. 
M r Jo. Flavells House in Dartmouth licensed for a 

Place of Meeting of y e Congregationall way. 

Apr. 2. 72. 

[These two entries are in J. W.'s hand. Ed. J 

Licence to M r Nathaniel Vincent to be a Teacher of 

the Presbyterian way in Farthing Alley in the 

Parish of St. Olaves in Southwarke. Apr. 2. 1672. 
A certaine Howse or Roome in Farthing Alley in St. 

Olaves Southwarke licenced for place of Meeting of 

the Presbyterian way. 2. Apr. 1672. 
Licence to M r Henry Godman to be a Teacher of 

the Congregationall way in Upper Deptford 2. Apr. 

1672. 
A certaine Howse or Roome in the upper Towne of 

Deptford licenced for a place of meeting of the 

Congregationall way. 2. Apr. 1672. 
Licence to W m Whitaker to be a Teacher of the 

Presbyterian way in the Court yard in Bermondsey. 

2. Apr. 1672. 



424 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 



E (6) continued. 
Howse in y 
Courtyard in 
Bermondsey Pr. 

Stephen Ford 
Congr. Miles 
lane London. 



E(7). 

Howse in Miles 
lane, London 
Congr. 

D r Goodwin 
Congr. 
Cripplegate Parish 

W Bartlet a 
Teacher in any 
licensed Place. 

Tooker a Teacher 
in any licensed 
Place. 

Martyn a Teacher 
in any licensed 
Place. 

Haynes's howse in 

Copford 

Presbyt. 

D r Goodwins 
howse in Cripple- 
gate. Congr. 

D r Wilkinson's 
howse in Clapha 
Presbyt. 

Schoole howse in 
Clapha Presbyt. 



J. Bartlett a 
Teacher in any 
licensed Place. 



E(8). 

M r Hickes a 
Teacher in any 
licensed Place. 

D- Wilkinson 

at Clapham. 

Tatnall Presbyt. 
Teach' 
Broad street 



m 



A certain Howse or Roome in the Court yard 

Bermondsey licenced for a place of meeting of the 

Presbyterian way. 2. Apr. 1672. 
Licence to Stephen Ford to be a Teacher of the Con- 

gregationall way in a place or Howse near Miles 

lane London. 2. Apr. 1672. 



A certaine Howse or Roome near Miles lane London 

licenced to be a place of meeting of the Congrega- 

tionall way. 2. Apr. 1672. 
Licence to D r Thomas Goodwin to be a Teacher of 

the Congregationall way in his owne howse in 

Cripplegate Parish. 2. Apr. 1672. 
Licence to W m Bartlet to be a Congreg. Teacher in 

any allowed Place. 2. Apr. 1672 [is of the County 

of Devon]. 
Licence to Edmund Tooker to be a Presbyt. Teacher 

in any licensed Place. 2. Apr. 1672. [is of the 

County of Devon] 
Licence to Thomas Martyn to be a Congr. Teacher in 

any licensed Place. 2. Apr. 1672. [is of y e County 

of Devon] 
Hezekiah Haynes's howse in Copford in Essex licenced 

for a Place of meeting of the Presbyterian way. 

2. Apr. 1672. 
D r Goodwins dwelling howse in Cripplegate licensed 

for a Place of Meeting of the Congregationall way. 

2. Apr. 1672. 
D r Henry Wilkinson's howse in Clapha licenced for a 

Place of Meeting of the Presbyterian way. 2. Apr. 

1672. 
Licence allowing the Schoole Howse in Clapha Surrey 

to be a Place of Meeting of the Presbyterian way. 

2. Apr. 1672. 
Licence to John Bartlett to be a Presbyt. Teacher in any 

licenced place. 2. Apr. 1672 [is of the County of 

Devon] 



Licence for M r ;John Hickes to be a Presbyt. Teacher in 
any licensed Place. 2. Apr. 1672 [is of the County 
of Devon] [J. w. Ed.] 

Licence to D r Henry Wilkinson to be a Presbyterian 
Teacher in his owne Howse or the Schoole Howse 
of Claphl. 2. Apr. 1672. 

I lie to Rob. Tatnall to be a Presbyterian Teacher 
in his owne howse in Broad street, London. 2. Apr. 
1672. 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 



425 



E (8) continued. 
Tatnalls howse 
in Broad street 
Presbyt. 

Atkins Presbyt. 
Teacher in any 
Place. 

Curriers hall 

London 

Pr. 

:hoole Howse 
in Honiton. Pres. 

Heron a Presbyt. 
Teacher in 
Honiton Schoole. 

Agar a Pr. Teacher 
in Haynes & 
Damons howse. 



Damon's howse, 
Presbyt. 



E(9). 

Hanmer in any 
licenced Place 



Curriers hall 
London. Presbyt. 



John Benson 
Presbyt. 
in Writtle. 

iohn Benson's 
owse in Writtle 
Pres. 

D r Manton 
Presbyt. Convent 
Garden. 

D r Manton's 
howse in Convent 
garden Presbyt. 



M r Hickes howse 

Kingsbridge 

Presb. 

Wellman's howse 
in Luppit 
Presb. 

Rocky's howse 
in Luppit Presb. 



Rob. Tatnalls howse in Broad street London licenced 

to be a Place of Meeting of the Presbyterian way. 

2. Apr. 1672. 
Licence to Rob. Atkins to be a Presbyt. Teacher in any 

licenced place. 2. Apr. 1672. [is of the County of 

Devon] 
Curriers hall in S* Alphage London licenced to be 

a Place of Meeting of the Presbyterian way. 2. Apr. 

1672. 
Schoole Howse in Honiton Parish licenced to be a Place 

of Meeting of the Presbyterian way. 2. Apr. 1672. 
Licence to M r Heron to be a Presbyt. Teacher in the 

Schoole howse in Honiton. 2. Apr. 1672. [is of y e 

County of Devon] 
Licence to John Agar of Copford in Essex to be a 

Presbyterian Teacher in Mr. Haynes howse in the 

same Parish, & Zachary Damons in Birch Magna. 

2. Apr. 1672. 
Zachary Damons howse in Birch Magna licenced to 

be a Place of Meeting of the Presbyt. way. 2. Apr. 

1672. 

Licence to M r Jonathan Hanmer to be a Presbyter. 

Teacher in any licenced place. 2 Apr. 1672 [is of 

y e County of Devon]. 
Licence to Edmund Calamie to be a Presbyterian 

Teacher in Curriers hall in St. Alphage London. 

2. Apr. 1672. 
Licence to John Benson to be a Teacher of the Pres- 
byterian way in his owne Howse in Writtle in Essex 

till he has another 2. Apr. 1672. 
John Benson's howse in Writtle in Essex licensed for 

a Place of the Presbyterian way Apr. 2. 1672. 

Licence to D r Thomas Manton to be a Teacher of the 

Presbyterian way in a Congregation in his owne 

howse in Convent Garden. 2. Apr. 1672. 
D r Thomas Manton's howse in Convent garden 

licensed for a Place of Meeting of the Presbyterian 

way. 2. Apr. 1672. 
M r John Hickes Howse in Kingsbridge licensed for a 

Place of Meeting of the Presbyterian way. 1 1 . Apr. 

1672. 
Thomas Wellmans howse in Luppit licensed to be a 

Place of Meeting of the Presbyterien way. II. Apr. 

1672. 
Silvester Rocky's howse in Luppit licensed to be a 

Place of Meeting of the Presbyterien way. II. Apr. 

1672. 



426 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 



E (10). 

Ashwood's howse 
in Axrainster. 
Ind. 

Braddicks howse 
in Luppit Pres. 

Slater a Pr. 
Teacher in any 
allowed Place. 

Winke a Pr. 
Teacher in any 
allowed place 

Crispins howse 
Exon. Pr. 



Hammond a 
Teacher Pr. in 
any Place. 
Pledger a Pr. 
Teacher in any 
allowed Place. 

Fry's howse 
Pr. 

Boyland's howse 
Pr. 

Coales howse 
Presb. 

E (11). 

Coale 

Pr. Teacher. 

Whitings howse 
Congr. 

Martyn Pr. Teacher 

in Plimouth. 

Whiting Congr. 
Cranford. 

Whiddon Pr. 
Teacher. 

Fermin Presb. 
Teacher at 
Redgwell. 
Bryon's howse 
Presb. 

Marshall 
Congr. Teacher. 

Hickes 
Teacher Presb. 

Sheers howse 

Pr. 

E (12). 
tow 
Teacher. 



j M r Barth. Ashwoods howse in Axminster licensed to 

be a Place of Meeting of the Independent way. 

n. Apr. 1672. 
i John Braddicks howse in Luppit licensed to be a Place 

of Meeting of the Presbyterien way. II. Apr. 1672. 
j Licence to Samuel Slater dwelling in Walthamstow of 

the Presbyterian Perswasion to teach in any allowed 

Place. 11. Apr. 1672. 
Licence to Peter Winke of Augustine Friers, London 

to be a Presbyterian Teacher in any allowed Place. 

11. Apr. 1672. 
Howse of Thomas Crispins in Exon. licenced to be a 

Place of Meeting of the Presbyterian way. 1 1. Apr. 

1672. 
Geo: Hammond of Dorchester to teach in any allowed 

Place, a Presb. 11. Apr. 1672. 

Elias Pledger of White Chappell, London a Pr. Teacher 
in any licensed Place. 11. Apr. 1672. 

William Fry's howse in Buckerell licensed to be a 
Presbyterian meeting Place. 11. Apr. 1672. 

John Boylands howse in Exon licensed to be a Presbyt. 
Meeting Place. 11. Apr. 1672. 

John Coale's howse in Weathersfield in Essex licenced 
to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 11. Apr. 1672. 



John Coale licenced to be a Presbyt. Teacher in his 

howse in Weathersfield. 11. Apr. 1672. 
Nathaniel Whitings howse in Cranford Northton 

Meeting Place Congregationall. 11. Apr. 1672. 
Thomas Martyn a Pr. Teacher near Charles Church 

in Plymouth. 11. Apr. 1672. 
Nathaniel Whiting Congregationall Teacher in Cran- 
ford Northton. 11. Apr. 1672. 
Like to Fran: Whiddon to be a Presb. Teacher in his 

howse in Totnes. 11. Apr. 1672. 
Like to Giles Fermin to be a Pr. Teacher at Thomas 

Bryons howse at Redgwell. 11. Apr. 1672. 
Thomas Bryons howse in Redgwell a Presb. Meeting 

Place. 11. Apr. 1672. 
Christopher Marshall to be a Congr. Teacher in any 

allowed Place. 11. Apr. 1672. 
Like to John Hickes to be a Pr. Teacher at his howse 

in Kingsbridge. 11. Apr. 1672. 
Thomas Sheers's House in Exon licensed to be a Presb. 

Meeting Place. 11. Apr. 1672. 



ice to Geo: Swintow to be a Presb. Teacher in his 
Howse in Ammersom in Bucks. 11. Apr. 1672. 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 427 



E (12) continued. 
Fish a Presb. 
Teacher. 

Stoke 
Presb. Place. 

Smiths howse 
Pr. 

Atkins's howse 
Pr. 

Sheerman 
Pr. Teacher. 

Trescott's howse 
Pr. 

Paynes howse 
Pr. 



Seerle's Howse 
Pr. 

Saunders Pr. 
in any allowed 
place. 

E(13). 
Wellman Pr. 
in any allowed 
place. 

Kentish Pr. 
in any licenced 
place. 

Hughes Pr. 
Teacher in any 
Place allowed. 
Crompton Pr. 
Teacher in any 
allowed Place. 
Ashwood Indep. 
Teacher in any 
licensed place. 
Francklin a 
Pr. Teacher in 
White cross Street. 

Pearse a Pr. 
Teacher in any 
allowed place. 
Morton's howse 
in Kennington 
Pr. 

Tory in Pauls 
Walden. Pr. 

Morton Pr. 
Teacher in Ken- 
nington. 

E (14). 
Trescotts 
Exon. Pr. 



Licence to Robert Fish to be a Pr. Teacher in his 

howse in Ockley in Sussex. 11. Apr. 1672. 
A Presbyterien Meeting Place in a howse near Stoke in 

Suffolke. 1 1. Apr. 1672. 
Anthony Smiths howse in Exon a Pr. Meeting Place 

11. Apr. 1672. 
Robert Atkins's howse in Exon a Pr. Meeting Place. 

11. Ap. 1672. 
. . . Sheerman to be a Presb. Teacher in a Howse near 

Stoke in Suffolk. 11. Apr. 1672. 
Thomas Trescotts howse in Exon licensed to be a 

Presb. Meeting Place. 11. Apr. 1672. 
William Paynes howse in the Parish of Buckerell 

licensed to be a Presb. Meeting Place. 11. Apr. 

1672. 
John Seerle of Weech in the Parish of Buckerell his 

howse a Presb. Meeting Place. 11. Apr. 1672. 
Richard Saunders neare Honiton, Devon, to be a 

Presbyt. Teacher in any allowed Place. 11. Apr. 

1672. 

Like to Thomas Wellman of Buckerell Presb. Teacher 
in any licensed place. 11. Apr. 1672. 

Like to Thomas Kentish of Southwark Presb. teacher 
in any licensed place. 11. Apr. 1672. 

Like to Obadiah Hughes of Plymouth to be a Pr. 
Teacher, in any Place licenced. 11. Apr. 1672. 

Like to Wm Crompton of Exon ... to be a Pr. 
Teacher in any licensed place. 11. Apr. 1672. 

Like to Bartholomew Ashwood of Axminster to be a 
Ind: Teacher in any allowed Place. 11. Apr. 1672. 

Rob. Francklin a Pr. Teacher in his Howse in Blew 
Anchor Alley in White Cross Street. 11. Apr. 
1672. 

William Pearse of Dunsford a Presbyterien Teacher in 
any allowed place. 11. Apr. 1672. 

Charles Morton's howse in Kennington licensed to be 
a Presb. Meeting Place. 11. Apr. 1672. 

Robert Tory a Presbyterian Teacher in Pauls Walden 
in Hartfordshire. 11. Apr. 1672. 

Charles Morton a Presb. Teacher in his Howse in Ken- 
nington. 11. Apr. 1672. 



Thomas Trescotts of Exon licenced to be a Presb. 
Teacher. 11. Apr. 1672. 



428 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 



E (14) continued. 
Carslake Presb. 
Teacher in any 
licensed place. 
Atkins a Pr. in 
any licenced place. 

Pearses howse 
Exon. Pr. 

Palmers howse 
Exofi. Pr. 

H. Berry 

Grail Teacher. 

Presb. 

B. Berry Grail 

Presb. 

Franklin's howse 
London. Pr. 

Pauls Walden 
howse Pr. 

ianneway & his 
ov/se 
Pr. 



E (15). 
Wood & his 
howse. Pr. 

Whiddons howse 
Totnes Pr. 

Knight a Grail. 
Presb. 

Auton Meeting 
Place. Pr. 

Howse near 
Charles Church 
Plymouth Pr. 

Quicke a 

rail. 

Sims Grail 

Spragg Grail 

Pope a Grail 
Presb. 

Yeo a Grail 
Presb. 

Jurdaine 
a Grail Pr. 

Gaylard 
GriU PMb. 



W m Carslake of Southwark to be a Presbyt. Teacher in 
any licenced place. II. Apr. 1672. 

Robert Atkins of Exon a Pr. Teacher in any licenced 

place. 11. Apr. 1672. 
Nowell Pearses Howse in Exofi. licensed to be a Presb. 

Meeting Place. 11. Apr. 1672. 
John Palmers's howse in Exon licensed to be a Presb. 

meeting Place. II. Apr. 1672. 
Henry Berry of Crediton by Exon to be a Presbyt. 

Teacher in any allowed Place. 11. Apr. 1672. 
Benjamin Berry of Exofi, to be a Presb. Teacher in 

any allowed Place. II. Apr. 1672. 
Rob. Francklin's howse in Blew Anchor Alley in 

White street Presb. Meeting Place. 11. Apr. 1672. 
A howse in Pauls Walden in Hartfordshire Presb. 

meeting place. II. Apr. 1672. 
James Janneway Presbyt. Teacher in his Howse in 

Salisbury Street in St. Margd Bermondsey. 1 1. Apr. 

167. 

a licence for his Howse &c. 



John Wood to be a Pr. Teacher in his Howse in Dark- 

ing in Surrey. II. Apr. 1672 & a licence for it. 
Francis Whiddons howse in Totnes licensed to be a 

Presb. Meeting Place. II. Apr. 1672. 
Licence to John Knight of Crediton to be a Graft Pr. 

Teacher. 1 1. Apr. 1672. 
A Certaine howse in Auton in West Alvington 

licensed to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 11. Apr. 1672. 
A certaine Howse near Charles Church in Plymouth 

licensed to be a Presb. meeting Place. II. Apr. 

1672. 
Licence to John Quicke of Plymouth to be a Graft 

Presb. Teacher 11. Apr. 1672. 
Like to John Sims near Ashburton, Devon, a Graft 

Pr. Teacher II. Apr. 1672. 
Ralph Spragge near Honniton a Grail Presb. Teacher. 

11. Apr. 1672. 
John Pope of Crediton a Grail Presb. Teacher. 

1 1. Apr. 1672. 
Bartholomew Yeo of Hatherley in Devon a Grail Pr. 

Teacher. 11. Apr. 1672. 
John Jurdaine near Newton, Devoil. a Grail Pr. 

Teacher. 11. Apr. 1672. 
Rob. Gaylard of Exofi a Grail Pr. Teacher. 1 1. Apr. 

1672. 



S. P. Tfom. E. B. 3 8a 



429 



E (16). 
Hunt a 
Grail Pr. 

Jacob 
Grail Presb. 

Herring 
Grail Pr. 

Swinhows howse 
Pr. 

Mortimer 
Grail Presb. 

Kempster 
Grail Pr. 

Palk Grail 
Presb. 

Baker a 
Grail Presb. 

Chirlde hill 
howse. Congr. 



Wine Grail Pr. 
Small Grail 
Pr. 

Wyett 
Grail Presb. 
howse in Okley 
Presb. 

Stooke a Grail Pr. 



E (17). 
Tooker in 
Auton. Pr. 

Sheerwill a 
Grail Presb. 

Robinson 
Grail Presb. 

Mortimer 
Grail Presb. 

Yeo Grail 
Presb. 

Hanmer Grail Pr. 
Low & Staines 
howse in Ches- 
wick. Pr. 

Guies howse 
Wickam. Pr. 

Low in Chiswick. 
Presb. 

Hume a Grail 
Teacher Pr. 



11. Apr. 



Ed: Hunt of Exon a Grail Presb. Teacher. 

1672. 
Nathan Jacob of Ugbrough in Devon a Grail Pr. 

Teacher. 11. Apr. 1672. 
Rich: Herring neare Exon a Grail Pr. Teacher. 

11. Apr. 1672. 
George Swinhows howse in Wedred in Ammerson 

Bucks Presb. meeting place. 11. Apr. 1672. 
John Mortimer of Exon a Grail Presb. Teacher. 

11. Apr. 1672. 
John Kempster of Dartmouth a Grail Presb. Teacher. 

11. Apr. 1672. 
Thomas Palk of Ogwell in Devon a Grail Presb. 

Teacher. 11. Apr. 1672. 
John Baker in White crosse street London, a Grail 

Presb. Teacher. 11. Apr. 1672. 
Samuel Everards howse at Chirlde hill in Hamsfield 

Parish Congregationall Meeting Place. 11. Apr. 

1672. 
Rob. Wine, a Grail Pr. Teacher. 11. Apr. 1672. 
James Small of Credy by Crediton, Devon, a Grfill Pr. 

Teacher. 11. Apr. 1672. 
Josias Wyett a Grail Presb. Teacher. 11. Apr. 1672. 

The Howse of Rob. Fish of Okley in Surrey licensed to 
be a Presb. Meeting Place. 11. Apr. 1672. 

William Stooke a Grail Presb. Teacher. 11. Apr. 
1672. 



Edw: Tooker a Presb. Teacher in a Howse in 
Auton a village in West Alvington. 11. Apr. 1672. 

Nich: Sheerwill at Plymouth a Presb. Grail Teacher. 
11. Apr. 1672. 

Alexander Robinson of Exon a Presb. Grail Teacher. 

11. Apr. 1672. 

Geo: Mortimer a Presb. Grail Teacher. 11. Apr. 

1672. 
W" 1 Yeo of Newton Bushell, Devon a Grail Presb. 

Teacher. 11. Apr. 1672. 
John Hanmer a Grail Presb. Teacher. 11. Apr. 1672. 
William Low &c Staines howses in Chiswick 

adjoining to one another licensed to be Presb. 

Meeting places. 12. Apr. 1672. 
The howse of Guies in Great Wickham licensed 

to be a Presb. Meeting Place. 12. Apr. 1672. 
William Low a Presb. Teacher in his owne howse or 

M r Staines's in Chiswick. 12. Apr. 1672. 
Licence to Abraha Hume to be a Grail Presb. Teacher. 

12. Apr. 1672. 



43 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 



(17)- -continutd. 
Matthews 
Independent 
Swanzey. 

Swanzey 
Independ. 



E (18). 

Swinnock 

Presb. 

Great Wickam. 

Senior 

Presb. 

Clapton. 

Nailesworth 

Presb. 

Bowood 
Congr. Meeting. 



Southampton 
Presb. 

Coxe howse. 
Eastly farme 
Congr. Meeting. 



Werrington 
Presb. Place. 

Canterbury 
Pr. 

Mayo 

Pr. Teacher 



Kingston 
Pigots howse 
Presb. 

Short 

IT. 

Lime. 

E (19). 

Shorts howse in 

Lime I'r. 

Silvester Pr. 
Grail 



Byrdsall 
MIL 

Bennets howse 
Brighttta| 

Troughton 

Cavcrsfielcl 



Licence to Marmaduke Matthews to be an Independent 

Teacher in his own howse in Swanzey. 12. Apr. 

1672. 
The howse of Marmaduke Matthews in Swanzey 

licensed to be a Meeting Place of the Independent 

way. 12. Apr. 1672. 



Licence to George Swinnock to be a Presbyterian 
Teacher in Guies howse in Great Wickam. 
12 Apr. 1672. 

Licence to Thomas Senior to be a Presb. Teacher in 
his howse in Clapton in Hackney. 12. Apr. 1672. 

The Barn of in Nailesworth Glocestf licensed 

to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 12. Apr. 1672. 
The howse of Humphrey Carslake in Bowood in 

Harpford, Devon licensed to be a Congregationall 

Meeting Place. 13. Apr. 1672. 
The howse of Henry Coxe in Southampton licensed to 

be a Congregationall Meeting Place. 13. Apr. 1672. 

The Howse of Hurds at Eastly farme in the Parish 

of South Stoneham Congreg. Meeting Place. 

13. Apr. 1672. 
The howse of John Facy in Werrington in Devon 

Presb. Meeting Place. 13. Apr. 1672. 
The howse of Nicholas Thorowgood in Canterbury 

Presb. Meeting place. 13. Apr. 1672. 
Licence to Richard Mayo to be a Presb. Teacher in 

John Pigots howse in Kingston upon Thames. 

13. Apr. 1672. 
John Pigots howse in Kingston upon Thames licensed 

to be a Presb. meeting place. 13. Apr. 1672. 

Licence to Ames Short to be a Presb. Teacher at his 
howse in Lime. 13. Apr. 1672. 



Ames Shorts howse in Lime licensed to be a Presb. 

Meeting Place. 13. Apr. 1672. 
Licence to Matthew Silvester of Coleman Street Lon- 
don to be a Presb. Teacher in any allowed Place 

13. Apr. 1672. 
Licence to Thomas Byrdsall of York to be a Presb. 

Teacher in any allowed Place. 13. Apr. 1672. 
Licence for the howse of Joseph Bennet in Brightling 

Sussex to be a Presb. meeting place. 13. Apr. 1672. 
Licence to John Troughton to be a Presb. Teacher in 

the howse or barn of W' Burnard at CaversficKl, 

Bucks. 13. Apr. 1672. 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 



43i 



E (19) continued. 

Ailesbury 

Pr. Dunston. 

Thorpe Pr. 
Selscomb 

Tomlins Pr. 
Winton 



Kentish 

Congr. 

Wapping. 

Southampton 

Congr. Coxe 

Teacher. 

Thorowgood 

Pr. 

Canterbury. 

E (20). 
Droxford 
Congr. 
Markes howse. 

Winton 

Pr. 

Complins howse. 

Southwark 
Pr. 



Chester 

Pr. 

Southwark. 

Tiverton 

Pr 

Blundells howse. 

Caversfield Pr. 
Burnards howse. 

Wapping 
Congr. 



Veale 

Pr. 

Wapping. 

Major 

Pr. 

Leicester. 

Leicester 

Pr. 



E (21). 
Bennet 
Pr. 
Brightling. 



The howse of Dunston in Ailesbury licensed to be 

a Presb. Meeting place. 13. Apr. 1672. 
Licence to Edmund Thorpe to be a Presb. Teacher in 

his howse at Selscomb Sussex. 13. Apr. 1672. 
Licence to Samuel Tomlins to be a Presb. Teacher in 

y e howse of Ann Complin in Winton & over the 

Markett place of that Citty. 13. Apr. 1672. 
Licence to Rich. Kentish to be a Congregationall 

Teacher in y e howse of neare the hermitage by 

Wapping. 13. Apr. 1672. 
Henry Coxe in Southampton licensed to be a Congreg. 

Teacher. 13. Apr. 1672. 
Niclias Thorowgood a Presb. Teacher in Canterbury. 

13. Apr. 1672. 



James Markes howse in the Parish of Droxford Hant- 

shire. licensed to be a Congr. Meeting place. 13. Apr. 

1672. 
The howse of Ann Complin in Winton Sc over the 

Markett howse of the sd Citty licensed to be a Pr. 

Meeting place. 13. Apr. 1672. 
The howse of in Maide Lane in St. Saviours 

Southwarke licensed for a Pr. Meeting place. 

13. Apr. 72. 
John Chester Presb. to be a Pr. Teacher in ye howse 

of in Maide lane, Southwark. 13. Apr. 

1672. 
John Blundells howse in Tiverton Devon licensed to 

be a Presb. meeting Place. 13. Apr. 1672. 

The howse or barne of W^ Burnard at Caversfield, 

Bucks Pr. meeting place. 13. Apr. 1672. 
The howse of near the hermitage by Wapping 

licensed to be a Congr. Meeting Place. 13. Apr. 

1672. 
Licence to Edmund Veale to be a Pr. Teacher in 

y e howse known by all in Globe Alley in Wapping. 

13. Apr. 1672. 
Licence to Gabriel Major to be a Pr. Teacher in y e 

howse of ... in Leicester. 13. Apr. 1672. 

The howse of Gabriel Major in Leicester licensed for 
a Congreg. Meeting Place. 13. Apr. 1672. 

the howse of John Puckeridge in Rumsey, Southamp- 
ton licensed to be a Congr. Meeting Place. 13. Apr. 
1672. 

License to Joseph Bennet to be a Presb. Teacher in 
his howse in Brightling, Sussex. 13. Apr. 1672. 



432 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 



E (21) con: 

Sidbury 

Plr. 



Selscomb. 

Pr. 

Thorps howse. 

Thames Street 
Congr. 

Lights howse. 
Light Congr. 
Thames Street. 

Taverner 
Pr. Teacher 
Thisleworth 

Thisleworth 
Taverners howse 
Presb. 

Presb. Meeting 
places in Enfield. 



Sheffield 

Presb. 

Enfield. 

Newcome Presb. 
Manchester. 

Manchester 

Pr. 

Newcomes howse. 



E (22). 

Loder 

Cong. 

Cherry Tree Alley 

Nye Congr. 
Cherry Tree 
Alley. 

Cherry Tree Alley 

Congr. 

Loders howse. 

Billingsley Presb. 
in any allowed 
place. 

Willmott Pr. 
in Darington & 
Wye. 

Darington 
Presb. Meeting 
places. 

Thompson 

Congr. 

Bristoll. 



The howse of Richard Carslake in Buckley in Sidbury 
licensed to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 13. Apr. 
1672. 

The howse of Edmund Thorpe in Selscombe Sussex 
licensed to be a Pr. Meeting place. 13. Apr. 72. 

The howse of John Light in Thames Street licensed 
for a Congr. Meeting Place. 13. Apr. 72. 

Licence to John Light to be a Congr. Teacher in his 

owne howse in Thames Street. 13. Apr. 72. 
Licence to Philip Taverner to be a Presb. Teacher in 

his howse (hired of M rs Oliver) in Thissleworth, 

Midd. 14. Apr. 1672. 
I The howse of Philip Taverner in Thisleworth licensed 

to be a Meeting Place of the Presb. way. 15. Apr. 

1672. 
The howses of John Sheffield, Farington & Clarke 

in Enfield, licensed to be Presb. Meeting places. 

14. Apr. 1672. 

Licence to John Sheffield to be a Presb. Teacher in his 
owne howse, Mr. Faringtons & Clarkes in Enfield. 

15. Apr. 1672. 

Henry Newcome in Manchester licensed to be a Presb. 

Teacher. 15. Ap. 1672. 
The howse of Henry Newcome in Manchester licensed 

to be a Presb. Meeting Place. 15. Apr. 1672. 



Licence to John Loder to be a Congr. Teacher in the 

Garden of his howse in Cherry Tree Alley on 

Burnhill. 15. Apr. 1672. 
Licence to Philip Nye to be a Congr. Teacher in John 

Loders howse in Cherry Tree Alley on Burn hill. 

15. Apr. 1672. 
The Garden of John Loders howse in Cherry Tree 

Alley on Burn hill in Cripplegate Parish licensed for 

a Congr. Meeting place. 15. Apr. 72. 
Licence to John Billingsley to be a Presb. Teacher in 

any allowed place. 15. Apr. 1672. 

Licence to Nathaniel Wilmott to be a Presb. Teacher 
in the howse of Jeoffrey in Darington & Ban- 
bury in Wye in Kent. 15. Apr. 1672. 

The howse of Jeoffrey in Darington, & Banbury 
in Wye licensed to be Pr. Meeting places. 15. Apr. 
1672. 

Licence to John Thompson licensed to be a C 
Teacher in the howse of John Harris in Castle S: 
Bristoll. 16. Apr. 1672. 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 



433 



E (22) continued. 
Harris howse 
Bristoll Congr. 



Farnworth 

Presb. 

Wapping. 

Farnworth 's howse 

Presb. 

Wapping. 

;adbeater 
>resb. 
Jandbatch Parish. 



(23). 
Sandbatch Parish 
Presb. 



Eaton Congr. 
Temple Coome. 



Temple Coome 
~:ongr. 
r hite's howse. 

Holwills howse 

Pr. 

Woodberry. 

Halberton 

Presb. 

Haldridgs howse. 

Collumpton 

Congr. 

Smith's howse. 

Drake 

Pr. 

Buckland Parish. 

Buckland 

Pr. 

Southwoods howse. 

Mall 
Congr. 
South molton 

South molton 
Congr. 
Squires howse. 

not approved 
nor given out. 



The howse of John Harris in Castle Street Bristoll 

licensed to be a Congr. Meeting place. 16. Apr. 

1672. 
Licence to Joseph Farnworth to be a Presb. Teacher 

in his owne howse in Buky lane Wapping. 16. Apr. 

1672. 
The howse of Joseph Farnworth in Buky lane 

Wapping licensed to be a Presb. Meeting place. 

16. Apr. 1672. 

Lead beater to be a Presb. Teacher 



Licence to 



Thomas 
John 



in his owne howse in Sandbatch Parish, Cheshire. 
16. Apr. 1672. 



The howse of Thomas Leadbeater in Sandbatch Parish 

Cheshire licensed for a Presb. Meeting place. 

16. Apr. 1672. 
Licence to John Eaton to be a Congr. Teacher in 

James White's howse in Temple Coome Parish, 

Somerset. 16. Apr. 1672. 
The howse of James White in ye parish of Temple 

Coome licensed for a Congr. Meeting Place. 1 6. Apr. 

1672. 
Andrew Holwills howse in Woodberry licensed to be 

a Presb. Meeting place. 16. Apr. 1672. 

John Haldridg's howse in Halberton to be a Presb. 
Meeting Place. 16. Apr. 1672. 

John Smiths howse in Collumpton, Devon, licensed to 
be a Congr. Meeting place. 16. Apr. 1672. 

Licence to Robert Drake to be a Presb. Teacher in 
Peter Southwoods howse in Buckland Parish Somer- 
set. 16. Apr. 1672. 

The howse of Peter Southwood in Buckland parish, 
Somerset licensed for a Presb. Meeting place. 1 6. Apr. 
1672. 

Licence to Thomas Mall to be a Congreg. Teacher in 
Rob. Squires howse in South Molton, Devon. 
16. Apr. 1672. 

The howse of Rob. Squires in South Molton, Devon 
licensed to be a Congr. Meeting place. 16. Apr. 
1672. 

Licence to Henry Lever to be a Presb. Teacher at a 
place called the Chappell at the Bridge end joining 
to Magdalen Hospitall in New Castle. 16. Apr. 
1672. 

28 



434 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 



E (24). 

not approved 

nor given out. 



not approved, 
nor given out. 



not approved, 
nor given out. 



not approved, 
nor given out. 



not approved, 
nor given out. 



not approved, 
nor given out. 



not approved, 
nor given out. 

Treworder house 
Presb. 



Storton Pr. 
Ipswich. 

Havers 

Pr. 

Ipswich. 

E (25). 
Lobb Pr. in 
Knewyn & 
Falmouth. 



D- Langley Pr. 
Tubney 



Gray Friers Presb. 
& Indep. Ipswich. 



Bideford 
Congr. 

Beale's howse. 
Tubney 

Pr. 

Langley's howse. 
Bartlet 

IT 

: >rd. 



Licence to William Durant to be an Independant 

Teacher in a Roome of Trinity howse called the 

Chappell in New Castle. 16. Apr. 1672. 
Licence to Richard Gilpin to be a Presb. Teacher in a 

Place called the Moothall in Castle garth, Newcastle. 

16. Apr. 1672. 
Licence John Pringle to be an Indep. Teacher in a 

place called the Moot hall in Castle garth, New- 
castle. 16. Apr. 1672. 
A place called the Chappell at the Bridge end joining 

to Magdalen Hospitall in New castle licensed to be 

a Pr. Meeting place. 16. Apr. 1672. 
A Roome called the Chappell in Trinity howse in 

New castle licensed for an Indep. Meeting place. 

16. Apr. 1672. 
A place called the Moothall in ye Castle Garth in 

Newcastle licensed to be Presb. Meeting place. 

16. Apr. 1672. 
Another for the same place to be an Ind. Meeting place. 

16. Apr. 1672. 
Treworder howse in Knewyn & Falmouth howse in 

Mylor Cornwall, licensed to be Presb. Meeting places. 

16. Apr. 1672. 
Licence to Owen Storton to be a Presb. Teacher in 

Grey Friers howse in Nicnlas Parish, Ipswich. 

16. Apr. 72. 
Licence to Henry Havers to be a Presb. Teacher in 

Grey Friers in Nicholas Parish, Ipswich: 16. Apr. 

72. 



Licence to Stephen Lobb to be a Presbyterian Teacher 

in Treworders howse in Knewyn & Falmouth 

howse in Mylor Cornwall licensed for Presb. Meeting 

places. 16. Apr. 1672. 
Licence to D r Henry Langley to be a Presb. Teacher 

in his owne howse in Tubney Parish in Berks. 

16. Apr. 1672. 
A howse called the Gray Friers in Ipswich licensed to 

be a Presb. & Independant Meeting Place. 16. Apr. 

1672. 
The howse of Gabriel Beale in Bideford in Devon 

licensed for a Congr. Meeting place. 16. Apr. 72. 

I) Henry Langleys howse in the Parish of Tubney, 
Devon Licensed for a Presb. Meeting place. 16. 

r 72 ' 

to John E&rtlet to be a Presb. Teacher in the 

howse of Gabriell Beale in Bideford, Devon. 16. Apr, 

72. 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 



435 



E (25) continued. 

Bruice a Teacher. 

Pr. 

Smithfield. 

Bruice. Pr. 

Smithfield. 

The George in 

Smithfield 

Presb. 

Highgate 

Pr. 

Storer's howse 

E (26). 

Storer 

Pr. 

Highgate. 

Higgs 

Congr. 

Swanzey. 

Swanzey 

Congr. 

Higgs howse 

Llanstephan 

Pankader. Congr. 

Carmarthen. 

Hughes 

Congr. 

Carmarthen. 

Wells 
Presb. 
Morefields 

Morefields 

Pr. 

Wells howse. 

Warren 

Presb. 

Colchester. 

Colchester 
Pr. 

Warren's howse. 

Leighton 
Budezzart Pr. 
Bryon's howse. 



E (27). 

Clarke 

Pr. 

Leighton Budez: 

Bingham 

Presb. 

Porters howse 

Crosse 

Pr. 

Bingham 



Licence to W m Bruice to be a Presb. Teacher at the 
George in Smithfield, London. 17. Apr. 72. 

Licence to Timothy Bruice to be a Presb. Teacher at 
the George in Smithfield, London. 17. Apr. 72. 

A Roome or Roomes at the George in Smithfield, 
London licensed for a Presb. Meeting place. 1 7. Apr. 

The howse of John Storer in Highgate, Middlesex 
licensed to be a Presb. Meeting. 17. Apr. 1672. 



Licence to John Storer to be a Presb. Teacher at his 
owne howse in Highgate, in Middlesex. 17. Apr. 72. 

Licence to Daniel Higgs to be a Congr. Teacher at his 
howse in Swanzey. 17. Apr. 1672. 

The howse of Daniel Higgs in Swanzey licensed for a 
Congr. Meeting place. 17. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Evan Morris of Llanstephan parish, Sc 
Widow Jenkins of Penkader Carmarthenshire licensed 
for Congr. Meeting places. 17. Apr. 72. 

Licence to Stephen Hughes to be a Congr. Teacher in 
Evan Morris howse in Llanstephan Parish & Widdow 
Jenkins of Penkader, Carmarthenshire. 17. Apr. 72. 

Licence to John Wells to be a Presb. Teacher in his 
howse in Middle Morefields in the Parish of Shore- 
ditch, Midd. 17. Apr. 72. 

The howse of John Wells in Middle Morefields in the 
Parish of Shoreditch, Middl. licensed for a Pr. 
meeting place. 17. Ap. 72. 

Licence to Edw: Warren to be a Presb. Teacher at 
his owne howse or John Rayners in Colchester. 
17. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Edw: Warren & John Rayner 
licensed to be Presb. Meeting places in Colchester. 
17. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Thomas Bryan in Leighton Budezzart 
in Bedfordshire licensed for a Presb. Meeting place. 
17. Apr. 72. 



Licence to Samuel Clarke to be a Presb. Teacher in the 

howse of Thomas Bryan in Leighton Budezzart, 

Bedford. 17. Ap. 72. 
The howse of Thomas Porter in Bingham, Nottingham 

licensed to be a Presb. Meeting place. 17. Apr. 72. 
Licence to Wm Crosse to be a Presb. Teacher In the 

howse of Thomas Porter in Bingham, Notti; 

17. Apr. 72. 

282 



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S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 



E {21) continued. 

Nowell 

Pr. 

Newton 

Newton 

Pr. Richardsons 

howse 

Otefield 

Pr. 

Roadnook. 

Roadnook 

Pr. 

Spateman's howse 

Whittlock 

Pr. 

Mansfield 

Mansfield 

Pr. 

Whittlocks howse 

Nottingham 

Pr. Chamberlains 

howse 

Leighton 

Pr. 

Nottingham 



E (28). 
Brice 
Pr. 
Beckenham 

Beckenham 

Brice's howse 

Taunton 
Pr. 

Charleton's howse 

Charleton 

Pr. 

Taunton 

Gilbert 

Pr. in any 

licensed place. 

Norton 

Ind. 

Lawsons howse 

Lawson 
Ind. 

Norton. 
Fetter lane 

Turners howse 



Licence to Samuel Nowel to be a Presb. Teacher in 
John Richardson's howse in Newton, Derbyshire. 
17. Apr. 72. 

The howse of John Richardson in Newton, Derby- 
shire, licensed for a Presb. Meeting place. 17. Apr. 

7 2 ' 
Licence to John Otefield to be a Presb. Teacher in the 

howse of John Spateman Esq r at Roadnook, Derby- 
shire. 17. Apr. 72. 

The howse of John Spateman Esq r at Roadnook, 
Derbyshire licensed for a Presb. Meeting place. 17. 
Apr. 72. 

Licence to John Whittlock to be a Presb. Teacher in 
his howse in Mansfield, Nottingham. 17. Apr. 72. 

The howse of John Whitlock in Mansfield, Not- 
tinghS licensed for a Presb. Meeting place. 17. Apr. 
72. 

The howse of John Chamberlain in Nottingham 
licensed for a Presb. Meeting place. 17. Ap. 72. 

Licence to John Leighton to be a Presb. Teacher in 
John Chamberlaines howse in Nottingham. 17. 
Apr. 72. 



Licence to John Brice to be a Presb. Teacher in his 

owne howse & Francis Ligo's in Beckenham, Kent. 

17. Apr. 72. 
The howses of John Brice & Francis Ligo in Becken- 
ham, Kent, licensed for Presb. Meeting places. 17. 

Apr. 72. 
The howse of Nathaniel Charleton in Taunton, 

Somerset licensed for a Presb. Meeting place. 1 7. 

Apr. 72. 
Licence to Nathaniel Charleton to teach in his own 

howse in Taunton Somerset, a Presbyt. 17. Apr. 72. 
Licence to W Gilbert of Stanton Harcourt, Oxon to 

be a Presb. Teacher in any allowed place. 17. 

Apr. 72. 
The howse of Thomas Lawson in Norton, Suffolk, 

licensed for an Independent Meeting place. 17. 

Apr. 72. 
Licence to Thomas Lawson to be an Ind. Teacher in 

in Norton, Suffolke. 17. Apr. 72. 
The howse of John Turner near Fetter lane in 

London licensed for a Presb. Meeting place. 17. 

Apr. 72. 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 



437 



E (28) continued. 

Turner 

Pr. 

Fetter lane. 

Fairechild 
Pr. 
Cow lane 

Cow lane 

Pr. 

Farindine's howse. 



E (29). 

Starre 

Congr. 

Sandwich. 

Churchill 

Congr. 

Dorchester 

Dorchester 
Congr. 
Churchills howse. 

Sandwich 

Congr. 

Starrs howse. 

Orleton 

Pr. 

Yapps howse. 

More 

Pr. 

Littletons howse. 

Orleton 

Pr. 

Hughes howse 

Woodward 

Pr. 

Orleton 

Woodyat 

Pr. 

in any licensed place. 



E (30). 

Shafsberry 

Pr 

Harris howse. 

Eastman 

Pr 

Shaffsberry 

Olliscomb 

Pr. 

Series house. 

Gittisham 

Pr. 

Mitchell's howse. 



Licence to John Turner to be a Presb. Teacher in 
his owne howse near Fetter lane, London. 17. Apr. 

Licence to Rob Fairechild to be a Presb. Teacher in 

John Farindines howse in St. Johns Court in Cow 

lane, London. 17. Apr. 72. 
The howse of John Farindine in St. Johns Court in 

Cow lane, London to be a Presb. Meeting place. 

17. Apr. 72. 



Licence to Comfort Starre to be a Congreg. Teacher 
in his owne howse in Sandwich. 17. Apr. 72. 

Licence to Josuah Churchill to be a Congregationall 
Teacher in his owne howse in Dorchester & Benjamin 
Devenish's in Fordington. 17. Apr. 72. 

The howses of Josua Churchill in Dorchester & 
Benjamin Devenish's howse in Fordington to be a 
Congregationall Meeting place. 17. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Comfort Starr in Sandwich licensed for 
a Congr. Meeting place. 17. Apr. 72. 

The howse of John Yapps in Orleton in Hereford- 
shire licensed for a Presb. Meeting place. 17. Apr. 
72. 

The howse of Jane Littleton of the More in Salop 
licensed for a Presb. Meeting place. 17. Apr. 72. 

The howse of John Hughes in Orleton licensed for a 
Presb. Meeting place. 17. Apr. 72. 

Licence to W m Woodward to be a Presb. Teacher 
in the howse of John Yapps in Orleton, Hereford- 
shire, 17. Apr. 72. 

The howse of John Woodyat of Billfield licensed to be 
a Presb. Meeting place. 17. Apr. 72. 



The howse of Richard Harris in Shafsberry, Dorset- 
shire licensed for a Presb. Meeting place. 17. Apr. 

J 2 ' 
Licence to Wm Eastman to be a Presb. Teacher in 

any allowed place. 17. Apr. 72. of Shafsberry 

Dorsetshire. 17. Apr. 72. 
The howse of Allice Serle Widdow in Olliscomb, 

Devon licensed to be a Presb. Meeting Place. 

18. Apr. 72. 
The howse of Rob: Michell in Gittisha, Devon 

licensed to be a Presb. Meeting Place. 18. Apr. 

72. 



438 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 



E (30) continued. 

St. Mary Ottery 

Pr. 

Collings howse. 

St. Mary Ottery 
Pr. 

White Friers 

Pr. 

Dickings howse 

Ugbrough 

Pr 

Jacobs howse. 

Dartmouth 

Pr. 

Kempsters howse 

Bassinghall Street 

Pr 

Malpas howse. 

Berry Grail 

Presb. 

Barnstaple 

Gay Grail 

Pr. Barnstaple. 



E (31). 

Flavell 

Congr. 

Dartmouth 

Bagshaw 

Pr. 

Derbyshire. 

Facy Grail 

Pr. Werrington 



Hatch Grail 
Pr. Saterley. 



Downe Grail 
Pr. Northam 
Like to More 

Like to Bowden 

Like to Nosworthy 

Like to Palmer 



Like to Cornish 
in Oxofi 

Bull Pr. 

Stoke Newington 



The howse of Rob. Colling in St. Mary Ottery 

Devon, licensed to be a Presb. Meeting place. 

1 8. Apr. 72. 
The howse of John More in St. Mary Ottery, Devon 

licensed to be a Presb. Meeting Place. 18. Apr. 72. 
The howse of John Dickings in White Friers, London, 

licensed to be a Presb. Meeting place. 18. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Nathan Jacobs called Barecomb in 

Ugbrough, Devon, licensed to be a Presb. Meeting 

place. 18. Apr. 72. 
The howse of John Kempster in Dartmouth licensed 

to be a Presb. Meeting Place. 18. Apr. 72. 
The howse of Jeremiah Malpas in Bassing hall Street 

London, licensed to be a Presb. Meeting place. 

18. Ap. 72. 
Licence to John Berry of Barnstaple to be a Presb. 

Teacher in any licensed place. 18. Apr. 72. 

Licence to John Gay of Barnstaple to be a Presb. 
Teacher in any licensed place. 18. Apr. 72. 



Licence to John Flavell of Dartmouth to be a Congr. 
Teacher in any licensed place. 18. Apr. 72. 

Licence to W m Bagshaw of Foard in Derbyshire to 
be a Presb. Teacher in any licensed place. 18. Apr. 
72. 

Licence to Lewis Facy of Werrington in Devon to 
be a Presb. Teacher in any licensed place. 18. Apr. 

J 2 ' 
Licence to Lewis Hatch of Saterley in Devon to 

be a Presb. Teacher in any licensed place. 18. Apr. 

7 2 - 
Like to Anthony Downe of Northa. 18. Apr. 72. Pr. 

Like to John More of St. Mary Autry, Devon. 1 8. Apr 

72. Pr. 
Like to Jonathan Bowden of Morton Devon, 18. Apr. 

72. Pr. 
Like to John Nosworthy of Mannaton, Devon. 18. 

Apr. 72. Pr. 
Like to Anthony Palmer of Barnstaple, 18. Apr. 72. 

Pr. 
Like to Henry Cornish dwelling at Stanton Harcourt 

in Oxofi Pr. 18. Apr. 72 delivered to M r Hickes. 

Licence to Daniel Bull to be a Presbyterian Teacher in 

howse & M r Stocks in Stoke Newington Mtd<L 

19. Apr 72. 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 



439 



E (31) continued. 

Primerose 

Pr. 

Hereford. 

Hereford 

Pr. 

Primerose's howse 

E (32). 

Smith 

Pr. 

Hereford 

Hereford 

Pr. 

Smiths howse 

Watson 

Pr. 

Dowgate 

Dowgate 

Pr. 

Watson's howse. 

Spilsbury 

Congr. 

Broomsgrove 

Broomsgrove 

Congr. 

Spilsbury 's howse 

Broomesgrove 

Congr. 

Blicks howse. 

Barton farme 

Pr. 

Bath. 

Stoke Newington 

Pr: 

Bull & Stock's 

howses 

London Bridge 

Congr. 

Savages howse. 

Palmer 
Congr. 
Savages howse 

Fownes 
Congr. 

Savages howse. 
E (33). 
Gardner 
Pr. Grail 
Bridgewater. 

Bayly howse 

Pr. 

Bridgewater. 

Bristoll 

Pr. 

Loyde's howse 

Weekes 

Pr 

Bristoll 



Licence to George Primerose to be a Presbyterian 
Teacher in his howse in Hereford. 19. Apr. 72. 

The howse of John Primerose in Hereford licensed 
for a Presbyterian Meeting Place. 19. Apr. 72. 



Licence to Samuel Smith to be a Presb. Teacher in his 
owne howse in Hereford. 19. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Samuel Smith in Hereford licensed to be 
a Presb. Meeting Place. 19. Apr. 72. 

Licence to Thomas Watson to be a Presb. Teacher in 
his howse in Dowgate, London. 19. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Thomas Watson in Dowgate, London 
licensed to be a Presb. Meeting place. 19. Apr. 72. 

Licence to John Spilsbury to be a Congreg. Teacher 
in his howse in Broomsgrove, Worcester. 19. Apr. 

The howse of John Spilsbury in Broomsgrove, licensed 
for a Congr. Meeting Place. 19. Apr. 72. 

Like for the house of Nicholas Blick in Broomsgrove, 
Worcester. 19. Apr. 72. Congr. 

Barton Farme near Bath licensed for a Presb. Meeting 
Place. 19. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Daniel Bull & M rs Stock in Stoke New- 
ington Midd. licensed for a Presb. Meeting place. 
19. Apr 72. 

The howse of John Savage on London bridge licensed 
for a Congregationall Meeting place. 19. Apr 72. 

Licence to Anthony Palmer to be a Congr. Teacher in 
the howse of John Savage on London bridge. 19. 
Apr. 72. 

Licence to Geo: Fownes to be a Congr. Teacher in 
John Savage's howse on London bridge. 19. Apr. 72. 



Licence to John Gardner of Bridgwater, Somerset to 

be a Pr. Teacher in any licensed place. 19. Apr. 

72. M r Hickes rd. it 23. Apr. [J. W. Ed.] 

The howse of David Bayly of Bridgewater licensed for 

a Presb. Meeting place. 19. Apr. 72. M r Hicks 

r3 23. Apr. 72. [J- W. Ed.] 

The howse of John Loyde lying on St. James back, 

Bristoll licensed for a Presb. Meeting place. 19. 

Apr. 72. 
Licence to John Weekes to be a Pr. Teacher in the 

howse of John Loyde lying on St. James back 

Bristoll. 19. Apr. 72. 



44 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 



E ^33) continued. 

Greenwood 

Pr. 

Barton farme 

King 

Anabapt. 

Oxon 

Titmash 

Anabapt. 

Oxon 

Hooke 

Congr. 

Spittle Yard 

Spittle yard 
Congr. 

Lotons howse. 
Langston 
Congr. 
Spittle yard. 

Brand 

Pr. 

Cranbrooke 

E (34). 

Cranbrooke 

Pr. 

Roberts howse. 

Rathband 

Pr. 

Horsmonden. 

Horsmonden 

Pr. 

Day's howse. 

Halifax 

Pr. 

Heywoods howse. 

Home Church 

Pr. 

Blackmores howse. 

Blackmore 

Pr. 

Home church 

Harrocks 

Pr. 

Battersey 

Kildwick 

Congr. Indep. 

Hartleys howse. 



Hartley 
Congr. Ind. 
Kildwicke 

Slater 

Walthamstow 
Sharpe. 
f'r. 
Leedes. 



Licence to James Greenwood to be a Presb. Teacher 
at Barton Farme near Bath. 19. Apr. 72. 

License to Lawrence King to be an anabaptist Teacher 
in Richard Titmash howse in Oxon. 19. Apr. 72. 

License to Richard Titmash to be an anabaptist in his 
owne howse in Oxon. 19. Ap. 72. 

License to W m Hooke to be a Congr. Teacher in the 
howse of Richard Loton in Spittle Yard, London 
20. Apr. 1672. 

The howse of Richard Loton in Spittle Yard London 
licensed for a Congr. Meeting Place. 20. Apr. 1672. 

Licence to John Langston to be a Congr. Teacher in 
Rich: Lotons howse in Spittle Yard, London. 
20. Apr. 1672. 

Licence to Thomas Brand to be a Presb. Teacher in the 
Lady Roberts howse in Cranbrooke. 20. Apr. 1672. 



The howse of the Lady Roberts in Cranbrooke licensed 
for a Presb. Meeting Place. 20. Apr. 1672. 

Licence to Rathband to be a Presb. Teacher in the 
howse of Richard Day in Horsmonden, in Kent. 
20. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Richard Day in Horsmonden in Kent 
licensed for a Pr. Meeting Place. 20 Apr. 72. 

The howse of Oliver Heywood in the Parish of 

Halifax Yorkeshire licensed for a Presb. Meeting 

Place. 20. Apr. 72. 
The howse of Will: Blackmore in Home Church in 

Essex licensed to be a Presb. Meeting Place. 

20. Apr. 72. 
Licence to W m Blackmore to be a Presb. Teacher in 

his howse in Home Church in Essex. 20. Apr. 72. 

Licence to Thomas Harrocks to be a Presb. Teacher 
in his howse in Battersey Surrey: 20. Aprill. 1672. 

The howse of James Hartley in the Parish of Kild- 
wicke in Craven in the Westriding of Yorke licensed 
for a Congr. & Independent Meeting Place. 20. 
Apr. 1672. 

Licence to James Hartley to be an Independent & 
Congr. Teacher in his howse in y e Parish of Kild- 
wicke in Craven, Yorkeshire. 20. Apr. 

The howse of Samuel Slater in Walthamstow licensed 
to be a Presb. Meeting Place. 20. Apr. 72. 

Licence to Thomas Sharpe to be a Presb. Teacher in 
his howse in Leeds in York. 20. Apr. 72. 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 



441 



E (35). 

Leeds 

Pr. 

Sharpes howse. 

Sale 

Pr. 

Leeds. 

Leeds 

Pr. 

I Sales howse. 
Heywood 
Hallifax 
r 
s 



Jattersey 



Harrocks howse 

Rosse 

Pr. 

Colliers howse. 



'oilier 



Taunton 



Ro: 

Hucklebridges 

howse 

Taunton 

Pr. 

Glanvills howse. 

Glanvill 
Pr. 

Taunton, 

Wells 

Pr. 

Banbury 

E (36). 

Banbury 

Pr. 

Weston's howse. 

Plimouth 

Pr. 

Yeabsley's howse. 

Plimouth 

Pr 

Bretts howse. 

Chave's howse 

Pr. 

Halberton 

Haddridge 

Pr. 

Halberton 

Peard 

Congr. 

Barnestaple. 

Barnestaple 

Congr. 

Andrews howse. 



The howse of Thomas Sharpe in Leeds licensed for a 
Presb. Meeting Place. 20. Apr. 72. 

Licence to James Sale to be a Presb. Teacher in his 
howse in Leeds in Yorkeshire. 20. Apr. 1672. 

The howse of James Sale in Leeds licensed for a Presb. 
Meeting Place. 20. Apr. 72. 

Licence to Oliver Heywood to be a Presb. Teacher in 
his owne howse in the Parish of Hallifax Yorke 
20. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Thomas Harrockes in Battersey in Surrey 
licensed for a Presb. Meeting place. 20. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Anthony Collier of Rosse in Here- 
fordshire licensed for a Presb. Meeting Place. 
20. Apr. 72. 

License to Anthony Collier to be a Presb. Teacher in 
his howse in Rosse, Hereford. 20. Apr. 72. 

The howse of John Hucklebridge in the Parish of 
Taunton St. James, Somerset licensed for a Pr. Meet- 
ing Place. 20. Apr. 72. 

The howse of John Glanvill in Taunton St. James, 
Somerset licensed to be a Presb. Meeting Place. 
20. Apr. 72. 

License to John Glanvill to be a Presb. Teacher in his 
howse in the Parish of Taunton S* James, Somerset. 
20. Apr. 72. 

Licence to . . . Wells to be a Presb. Teacher in 
W m Weston's howse in Sheepestreet in Banbury, 
Oxon. 20. Apr. 72. 



The howse of William Weston in Sheepestreet in 
Banbury licensed to be a Presb. Meeting Place. 
20. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Thomas Yeabsley in Plimouth licensed 
to be a Presb. Meeting Place. 20. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Samuel Brett in Plimouth licensed to 

be a Presb. Meeting Place. 20. Apr. 72. 
The howse of Wm Chave in the Parish of Halberton 

Devon licensed to be a Presb. Meeting Place. 

20. Apr. 72. 
License to James Haddridge to be a Presb. Teacher in 

the Parish of Halberton, Devon. 20. Apr. 72. 
License to Oliver Peard to be a Congr. Teacher in 

Joseph Andrews howse in Barnestaple. 20. Apr. 72. 
The howse of Joseph Andrews in Barnstaple licensed to 

be a Congr. Meeting Place. 20. Apr. 72. 



442 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 



E {36) continued. 
Jelinger 

Marldon. 

Chishull 

Pr. 

Enfield. 

Enfield 

Pr. 

Chishulls howse. 

Lawrence Liddiard 

Pr. 

Sellerkes howse. 

E (37). 

Galpin 

Pr. 

Lawrence Liddiard 

Mursgrove 

Pr. 

Taunton. 

Boyle 

Pr. 

Hereford. 

Hereford 

Pr. 

Wilds howse. 

New SarQ 

Pr. 

Cookes howse. 

Hobbs. 

Anab. 

Dover. 



St. Mary Ottery 

Pr. 

Collins howse. 

Shobrook 

Pr. 

Rowes howse 

Vynne 
Indep. 
Stratton St. Mich: 

Stratton St. Mich: 

Ind, 

Vynnes howse. 



E (38). 
Allen 

Seamours Court 

Seamours Court 

Pr. 

Beckington. 



License to Christopher Jelinger of Marldon in Devon to 
be a Presb. Teacher in any allowed Place. 20. Apr 

License to John Chishull to be a Presb. Teacher in 
his howse in Enfield, Middl. 20. Apr. 72. 

The howse of John Chishull in Enfield, Middl. licensed 
to be a Presb. Meeting Place. 20. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Rob. Sellerke in the Parish of St. Lau- 
rence Liddiard, Somerset to be a Presb. Meeting 
Place. 20. Apr. 72. 



Licence to John Galpin to be a Presb. Teacher in the 

howse of Rob: Sellerke in the Parish of Laurence 

Liddiard, Somerset. 20. Apr. 72. 
License to Lawrence Mursgrove to be a Presb. Teacher 

in John Glanvills howse in the Parish of Taunton 

S l James, Somerset. 20. Apr. 72. 
License to W m Boyle to be a Presb. Teacher in John 

Wilds howse in Hereford. 20. Apr. 72. 

The howse of John Wild in Hereford licensed to be a 
Presb. Meeting Place. 20. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Anthony Cooke in New Sarum Wilts 
licensed to be a Presb. Meeting Place. 20 Apr. 72. 

License to Richard Hobbs to be an Anabaptist Teacher 

in a Roome in the South end of Sam: Taverners 

howse neare the Markett place in Dover. 

20. Apr. 72. 
The howse of Rob: Collins in S* Mary Ottery's 

Parish Devon licensed to be a Presb. Meeting Place. 

20. Apr. 72. 
The howse of W m Rowes in the Parish of Shobrook, 

Devon licensed to be a Presb. Meeting Place. 

20. Apr. 72. 
License to Richard Vynne to be an Independent 

Teacher in his howse in Stratton St. Michael Parish, 

Norfolk. 20. Apr 72. 
The howse of Richard Vynne in Stratton St. Michael 

Parish Norfolk licensed to be an Indep. Meeting place. 

20. Apr. 72. 



use to Richard Allen to be a Pr. Teacher in a 
iie belonging to Seamours Court in the Parish of 
Beckington S tt. 20. Apr. 72. 

A Barne belonging to Seamours Court in the Parish of 
Beckington, Somersett licensed to be a Presb. Mo 
place. 20. Apr. 72. 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 



443 



E (38) continued. 
Himouth 

Glanvills howse. 

Milton 

Pr. 

Roberts howse. 

Exon. 

Fords howse. 
Forward 

8! 

Fo 



tminster. 

tminster 
Pr. 
Forwards howse. 



Collins 

Pr. 

St. Mary Ottery 

Dover 
Anabapt. 
Taverners howse. 

Cookham 
Anabapt. 
Jeffreys howse. 

a 

Ru 



ookham 
abapt. 
ffreys howse. 



(39). 
Luthey 
Anab. 
Cookham 



Fox 
Pr. 
Grail 

Swanzey 
Congr. 

Hughes howse. 
Bishopston 
Congr. 
Griffiths howse. 

Nicholaston 
Congr. 
Gethens howse. 

Roscilly 
Congr. 
Devan's howse. 

Horton 
Anab. 
Walkers howse. 



The house of John Glanvill in Plymouth licensed to 
be a Presb. Meeting place. 20. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Thomas Roberts in Milton Parish, 
Devon licensed to be a Presb. Meeting Place. 
20. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Thomas Ford in Exon licensed to be a 
Presb. Meeting Place. 20. Apr. 72. 

License to Thomas Forward to be a Presb. Teacher in 
his howse in Pitminster, Somersett. 20. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Thomas Forward in Pitminster, Somer- 
sett licensed to be a Presb. Meeting Place. 20 Apr. 
72. 

License to Rob: Collins to be a Presb. Teacher in his 
howse in the Parish of S l Mary Ottery, Devon. 
20. Apr. 72. 

A Roome at the South end of Sam: Taverners howse 
near the Markett place in Dover licensed to be a 
Anabaptist Meeting place. 20. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Thomas Jeffrey in the Parish of Cookham 
Berks licensed to be an Anabaptist Meeting place. 
20. Apr. 72. 

The howse of James Jeffrey in the Parish of Cookha', 
Berks licensed to be an Anabaptist Meeting place. 
20. Apr. 72. 



License to W m Ruthey to be an Anabaptist Teacher in 
James Jeffreys howse in the Parish of Cookham 
Berks. 20. Apr. 72. 

Mr. Hickes recd^it. 23. Apr. 

Licence to John Fox of Marshfield in Gloucester- 
shire to be a Presb. Teacher in any licensed place. 
20. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Stephen Hughes in Swanzey licensed to 
be a Congr. Meeting Place. 20. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Henry Griffith in Bishopston, Glamor- 
ganshire, licensed to be a Congr. Meeting Place. 
20. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Rob: Gethen in Nicholaston, Glamor- 
ganshire licensed to be a Congr. Meeting Place. 
20. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Richard Devan in Roscilly, Glamorgan- 
shire licensed to be a Congr. Meeting Place. 
20. Ap. 72. 

The howse of Thomas Walker at Horton neare Brad- 
ford Yorkshire, licensed to be a Anabaptist Meeting 
Place. 20. Apr. 72. 



444 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 



E (39) continiud. 

Walker 

Anab. 

Horton. 

New Saru 

Pr. 

Tombss howse. 

Gillet 

Anab. 

Cookham 

Vines 
Anab. 
Cranbrooke 



E (40). 

Cranbrooke 
Anab. 
Beaths howse. 

Gunn 
Anab. 
Cranbrooke. 

Taylor 

Pr. 

New Saru. 

New Sarura 

Pr. 

Taylors howse. 

New Sarum 

Pr. 

Swaffields house. 

Swaffield 

Pr. 

New Sarum 

Haddesley 

Pr. 

New Sarum 

New Sarum 

Pr. 

Hasketts howse. 

Gidley 

Pr. 

Ex oil 

Woolcomb. 

Pr. 

Chidley 

Cofton 

Pr. 

Kendalls howse. 



E (41). 
Carle 
Pr. 
Cofton. 

Farndon 

Coadg howse 



License to Thomas Walker to be an Anabaptist 
Teacher in his howse at Horton near Bradford, 
Yorkeshire. 20. Apr. 72. 

The howse of John Tombes in New Saru Wilts 
licensed to be a Presb. Meeting Place. 20. Apr. 72. 

License to Ed: Gillett to be an Anabaptist Teacher in 
James Jeffrey's howse in the Parish of Cookha" Berks. 
20. Apr. 

The howse of Alexander Vines in the Parish of Cran- 
brooke Kent licensed to be an Anabaptist Meeting 
Place. 20. Apr. 72. 



The howse of Theophilus Beath in Cranbrooke, Kent 

licensed to be an Anabaptist Meeting Place. 20. 

Apr. 72. 
License to Richard Gunn to be an Anabaptist Teacher 

in the howse of Theophilus Beath in Cranbrooke, 

Kent. 20. Apr. 72. 
License to Thomas Taylor in New Sarum to be a Presb. 

Teacher in his howse there. 20. Ap. 72. 

The howse of Thomas Taylor in New Saru, Wilts 
licensed to be a Presb. Meeting Place. 20. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Joseph Swaffield in New Sarii licensed 
to be a Presb. Meeting Place. 20. Apr. 72. 

License to Joseph Swaffield to be a Presb. Teacher in 
his howse in New* Saru. 20. Apr. 72. 

License to John Haddesley to be a Pr. Teacher in 
Anthony Cooke & Stephen Hasketts howse in New 
Saru. 20. Ap. 72. 

The howse of Stephen Haskett in New Saru licensed 
to be a Presb. Meeting Place. 20. Apr. 72. 

Licence to John Gidley of Exoii to be a Presb. Teacher 
in any licensed place. 20. Apr. 72. 

License to Rob. Woolcomb of Chidley, Devon to be a 
Pr. Teacher in any licensed place. 20. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Mary Kendall at Cofton in the Parish 
of Dawlish, licensed to be a Presb. Meeting Place. 
20. Apr. 72. 



License to Rob : Carle to be a Presb. Teacher in the 
howse of Mary Kendall at Cofton, in the Parish of 
Dawlish, Devon. 20. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Philip Coad in Farndon Devon license^ 
to be a Presb. Meeting place. 20. Apr. 72. 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 



445 



E (41) continued. 

Welstreet 

Pr. 

Rawles howse. 

Collins 
Pr. 

Southwark. 
Southwark. 

>llins howse. 

lith 

lab. 

Iroyden 



'royden. 
lab. 
[althowse. 

)ndon 

> se of Exofis howse 
Jacomb 

mdon. 

(42). 

;ickes 

r. Grail 
Cornwall 
'hadwick 
>r. 
^ruse Morchard 

Wills 

Pr. 

Helligan. 

Crediton 

Pr. 

Norcots howse. 

Crediton 

Pr. 

Knights howse. 

Bigbury 
Pr. & Ind. 
Hexdown. 

Burdwood 
Pr. & Ind. 
Bigbury 

Ingrams howse 

Congr. 

Fordington. 

Quarleston 

Congr. 

Bingham's howse 

Damraer 

Congr. 

Stickland. 



The howse of James Rawle in Welstreet in great 
Torrington, Devon licensed to be a Pr. & Congr. 
Meeting Place. 20. Ap. 72. 

Licence to Rob: Collins to be a Presb. Teacher in his 
howse in S l Mary Ottery, Southwark 20. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Rob: Collins in S l Mary Ottery 
Southwark licensed to be a Presb. Meeting Place. 
20. Apr. 72. 

License to Francis Smith to be an Anabaptist Teacher 
in a large Roome in the West part of the Towne of 
Croyden in Surrey, formerly a Malthouse. 20. Apr. 

7 2 - 
A large Roome in the West part of Croyden in Surrey 

licensed to be an Anabaptist meeting place. 20. 

Apr. 72. 

The Countesse of Exeters howse in Little Brittaine 

licensed to be a Presb. Meeting Place. 22. Apr. 72. 

License to D r Thomas Jacomb to be a Presb. Teacher 
in the Countesse of Exon's howse little Brittaine, 
London. 22. Apr. 72. 



Licence to Gaspar Hickes of Landrake in Cornwall to 
be a Grail Presb. Teacher. 22. Apr. 72. 

Licence to Joseph Chadwick in the Parish of Cruse 
Morchard, Devon to be a Gr2ll Pr. Teacher. 
22. Ap. 72. 

License to Jonathan Wills of Heliigan near Bodmine 
Cornwall to be a Grail Pr. Teacher. 22. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Catharine Norcot in the East Town of 

Crediton Devon licensed to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 

22. Apr. 72. 
The howse of John Knight in the West Town or 

Crediton, Devon, licensed to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 

22. Apr. 72. 
The howse of James Burdwood called Hexdown in 

Bigbury, Devon licensed for a Meeting Place of 

Presbyterians & Independents. 22. Apr. 72. 
Licence to James Burdwood to be a Teacher to Presb. 

& Indep. in his howse called Hexdown in Bigbury, 

Devon. 22. Apr. 1672. 
The howse of John Ingram in Fordington, Dorsett 

licensed for a Congreg. Meeting Place. 22. Apr. 72. 

The howse at John Bingha of Quarleston, Dorsett 
licensed for a Congr. Meeting Place. 22. Apr. 72. 

License to Edw: Dammer to be a Congr. Teacher in 
the howse of John BinghS in the Parish of Stickland, 
Dorset. 22. Apr. 



44 6 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 



E (43). 

Chumleigh 

Pr. 

Bownings howse. 

Oliver 

Pr. Gr. 

Dutson. 

Spittlefields 

Pr. 

Danson's howse. 

Addle Street 

Congr. 

Griffith's howse. 

Griffith 

Congr. 

Addle Street. 

Henly 

Congr. 

Tylers howse. 

Henly 
Congr. Ber- 
nards barne 

Cole 

Congr. 

Hanly. 



Caswell 
Pr. 

St. Germains 

Beresford 

Pr. 

Shrewsbury. 

E(44). 

Shrewsbury 

Pr. 

Beresfords howse. 

Moore 

Pr. 

Weathercock hill 

Weathercock hill 

1'r. 

Moores howse. 

Dan son 

Spittlefields. 
flelligan 

Silly's howse. 

St. Germains 

Kekwich's howse. 

St. Germains 

Caswell's howse. 



The howse of John Bownings in Chumleigh, Devon 
licensed to be a Presb. Meeting Place. 22. Apr. 72. 

Licence to W m Oliver of Dutson near Lanceston in 
Cornwall to be a Grail Pr. Teacher. 22. Ap. 72. 

The howse of Thomas Danson in Spittle Fields Midd. 
licensed to be a Presb. Meeting Place. 22. Apr. 72. 

The howse of George Griffith in Addle Street London 
licensed to be a Congr. Meeting Place. 22. Apr. 72. 

Licence to George Griffith to be a Congr. Teacher in 
his howse in Addle Street, London. 22. Apr. 72. 

The howse of John Tylers in Henly upon Thames 

licensed to be a Congr. Meeting Place. 22. Apr. 72. 

Cressett. 
The Barne of Alexander Bernard in Henly upon 

Thames licensed to be a Congr. Meeting Place. 

22 Apr. 72. Cresset. 

License to Thomas Cole to be a Congr. Teacher at 

John Tylers howse, & Alexander Bernards barne in 

Henly upon Thames. 22. Apr. 72. 

delivered out to Capt. Cresset 24 Apr. 
Licence to Solom. Caswell to be a Presb. Teacher in 

his howse in the Parish of St. Germains, Cornwall. 

22. Apr. 72. 
License to Sam: Beresford to be a Pr. Teacher in his 

howse in Shrewsbury. 22. Apr. 72. 



The howse of Sam : Beresford in Shrewsbury licensed 
to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 22. Apr. 72. 

Licence to Richard Moore to be a Pr. Teacher in his 

howse at Wethercock hill, Worcester shire. 22. 

Apr. 72. 
The howse of Rich: Moore of Weathercock hill 

Worcester licensed to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 

22. Apr. 72. 
License for Thomas Danson to be a Pr. Teacher in his 

howse in Spittle Fields, Midd. 22. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Anne Silly called Helligan near Bodmin 

Cornwall, licensed to be a Presb. Meeting Place. 

22. Apr. 72. 
The howse of Sam: Kekwich in the Parish of S l 

mains, Cornwall, licensed to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 

22. Apr. 
The house of Solomon Caswell in the Parish of 

S l Germains Cornwall, licensed to be a Pr. !\K 

Place. 22. Apr. 72. 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 



447 



22 (44) continued. 
Landrake 

IT. 

Rowse's howse. 

Webb. 

Pr. 

Farnborough. 

Farnborough 

Jradshaw's howse. 

(45). 
teeve 

Jpringfield 
Springfield 

Leeves howse. 

)ope 

>r 

Ragles hall 

igles hall 

[arrison's howse. 
[ingston 

)glander's howse. 

tartaine 

'r. 

lingston 

Jures 
r. Grail 
Firmly 
Wickham 1. 

Webb. 1. 

Hill 1. 
Tross 1. 
Down 1. 

E (46). 
Pinny 
Pr. 
Marshod. 

Marshod 

Pr. 

Brice's howse. 

Crediton 

Pr. 

Berry's howse. 

Darrington 

Pr. 

Searle's howse. 

Forly's howse 
Pr. 



The howse of Anthony Rowse in the Parish of Lan- 
drake Cornwall licensed to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 
22. Apr 72. 

Licence to Stephen Webb to be a Pr. Teacher in the 
howse of__M r s Bradshaw in Farnborow, Hants. 
30. Apr. 72*. 

The howse of M rs Bradshaw in Farnborow in Hants 
licensed to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 30 Apr. 72. 



Licence to John Reeve to be a Pr. Teacher in his 
howse in Springfield in Essex. 30. Apr. 72. 

The howse of John Reeve in Springfield in Essex 
licensed to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 30 Apr. 72. 

Licence to Joseph Cope to be a Pr. Teacher in 
Edw: Harrison's howse in Eaglshall, Stafford. 30. 
Apr. 72. 

The howse of Edward Harrison in Eagles hall licensed 
to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 30. Apr. 72. 

The howse of John Oglander at Kingston in Sussex 
licensed to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 30. Apr. 72. 

License to W m Martaine to be a Pr. Teacher in John 
Oglanders howse in Kingston, Sussex. 30. Apr. 72. 

Licence to Richard Bures of Firmley in Surry licensed 
to be a Pr. Grail Teacher. 30. Apr. 72. 

Like to Sam : Wickha of Purbright in Surrey. Pr 

30. Apr. 72. 
Like to Noah Webb of Firmley in Surry. Pr. 

30 th Apr. 72. 
Like to John Hill of Exon Pr. 30. Apr. 72. 
Like to Thomas Tross of Exon Pr. 30. Apr. 72 . 
Like to Mark Down of Exon Pr. 30 th Apr. 72. 



Licence to John Pinny to be a Pr. Teacher in his 
howse in the Parish of Bettiscomb, & John Brices in 
the Parish of Marshod, Dorsett 30. Apr. 72. 

The howse of John Brice in the Parish of Marshod, 
Dorsett licensed to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 30 th Apr. 
72. 

The howse of Henry Berry in Crediton, Devon licensed 
to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 30. Apr 72. 

The howse of James Searle in the Parish of Darrington, 
Devon, licensed to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 30. Apr. 
72. 

Like for the howse of John Forly in Totnes, Devon. 
30. Apr. 72. 



448 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 



E (46) continued. 

Steven's howse 
Pr. 

Syms howse. Pr. 

Yeo's howse Pr. 

Norman's howse Pr 

Brookes howse 

Not's howse 

Ford Grail 
Pr. Exofi. 

E (47). 

Birmingham 

Pr. 

E vance's howse. 

Evance 
Pr. 

Birmingham 
Maudit 
Grail Pr. 

Serle 1. 
Smith 1. 



Woodland 

Pr. 

Binmore's howse 

Binmore 

Pr. 

Woodland 

Coleshill 

Pr. 

Bayly's howse 

Whitacre 

Congr. 

Wimbledon 

Kingsbury 

Pr. 

Willington'showse 

E (48). 

Clapham 

Pr. 

Lye's howse. 

Lye 

Clapham 

Stokenham 

Pr. 

Hodge's howse. 



Like for the howse of Richard Stevens in Denbury, 

Devon 30. Apr. 72. 
Like for the howse John Syms in Ogwell, Devon 

30. Apr. 72. 
Like for the howse of W m Yeo in the Parish of Wool- 

brough, Devon. 30 th Apr. 72. 
Like for the howse of Adam Norman in Collumpton, 

Devon 30. Apr. 72. 
Like for the howse of Geo: Brooke in Cruse Morchard, 

Devon 30. Apr. 72. 
Like for the howse of John Not in Lapford, Devon. 

30. Apr. 
Licence to Thomas Ford of Exofi to be a Grail 

Pr. Teacher. 30. Apr. 72. 



The howse of Thomas Evance in Birmingha in War- 
wickshire licensed to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 
30. Apr. 72. 

License to Thomas Evance to be a Pr. Teacher in his 
howse in Birmingham Warwick. 30. Apr. 72. 

License to John Maudit in the Parish of S* Mary 
Ottery, Devon to be a Pr. Teacher in Grail. 
30. Apr. 72. 

Like to John Serle of Plinton, Devon. Pr. 30. Apr. 72. 

Like to Rich: Smith of Salcomb, Devon. Pr. 30. Apr. 

72- 
The howse of Richard Binmore in Woodland, Devon 

licensed to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 30. Apr. 72. 
License to Richard Binmore to be a Pr. Teacher in his 

howse in Woodland, Devon 30. Apr. 72. 

The howse of John Bayly in the Parish of Coleshill 
Warwickshire licensed to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 
30. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Sophia Vic sse Wimbaldon in the Parish 
of Nether Whitacre in Warwickshire licensed to be 
a Congr. Meeting Place. 30. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Waldive Willington Esq 1 " in the Parish 
of Kingsbury in Warwickshire licensed to be a Pr. 
Meeting Place. 30. Apr. 



The howse of Thomas Lye in Clapham Surrey licensed 
to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 30. Apr. 72. 

Licence to Thomas Lye to be a Pr. Teacher in his 
howse in Claphil Surrey. 30. Apr. 72. 

The howse of John Hodges called Moulscomb in the 
Parish of Stockenham, Devon licensed for a Pr. 
Meeting Place. 30. Apr. 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 



449 



E (48) continued. 
Auton Gifford 

Cholwich's howse. 
Robinson 

IT. 

Southampton 

Southampton 

IT. 

Robinson's howse. 



bee's howse. 
kson 



Cheswick 

Probee's 1; 
Jackson 

Brentford. 

Case 

Pr 

Chiswick 

Collings 

/ich 



rich 
Olson's howse. 



(49). 
Walsham 
Pr. 
Salkeld's howse. 

Salkeld 

Pr. 

Walsham. 

Clarkson 

Pr. 

Mortlake 

Mortlake 

Pr. Beamish 's 

howse. 

Morpeth 

Congr. 

Tolboth. 

Thompson 

Congr 

Morpeth. 

Henry 

Pr. 

Mai pas 

Mai pas 

Pr. 

Henry's howse. 

Bettiscomb 

Pr. 

Pinny's howse 



The howse of William Cholwich in the Parish of 
Auton Gifford a Pr. Meeting Place. 30. Apr. 72 

License to Nathaniel Robinson to be a Pr. Teacher in 
his howse in Southampton 30. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Nathaniel Robinson in Southampton a 
Pr. Meeting Place. 30. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Edward Probee in the Parish of Ches- 
wick, Midd. Pr. Meeting Place. 30. Apr. 72. 

Licence to John Jackson of Brentford Midd. to be a 
Pr. Teacher in Grail. 30. Apr. 72. 

Like to Thomas Case of Chiswick, Midd. Pr. 
30. Apr. 72. 

License to John Collings to be a Pr. Teacher in 

Jonathan Wilson's howse in the Parish of S l Stephens, 

Norwich. 30. Apr. 
The howse of Jonathan Wilson in the Parish of 

S l Stephens Norwich licensed to be a Pr. Meeting 

Place. 30. Apr. 72. 



The howse of John Salkeld in Walsha in the Willowes, 

Suffolk, licensed to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 30. Apr. 

72 
License to John Salkeld to be a Pr. Teacher in 

(his) howse in Walsha in the Willowes, Suffolk. 

30. Apr. 72. 
License to David Clarkson to be a Pr. & Congr. 

Teacher in the howse of John Beamish in Mortlake, 

Surrey. 30. Apr. 72. 
The howse of John Beamish in Mortlake, Surrey, 

licensed for a Congr. & Pr. Meeting Place. 30. Apr. 

72 
A Roome or Roomes in the Talboth in Morpeth, 

Northumberland licensed for a Congr. Meeting 

Place. 30. Apr. 72. 
License to John Thompson to be a Congr. Teacher in 

the Talboth in Morpeth, Northumberland. 30. Apr. 

72. 
License to Philip Henry to be a Pr. Teacher in his 
howse in the Parish of Malpas, Flintshire. 30. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Philip Henry in the Parish of Malpas, 
Flintshire licensed for a Pr. Meeting Place. 30. Apr. 

72. 
The howse of John Pinny in the Parish of Bettiscomb, 
Dorsett licensed to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 30. Apr. 



72. 



29 



45 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 



E (49) continued. 

Flower 

Pr. 

ChippenhS 

Chippenham 

Pr. 

Flower's howse. 



E (50). 

Gilbert 

Pr. 

Oxford 

Goonrowson 

Pr. 

Hammack's howse. 

Hammack 

Pr. 

Goonrowson. 

Clayton 
Pr. 

Rotheram. 
Day Pr. 

Wiveliscomb. 

Wiveliscomb 

Pr. 

Stacker's howse. 

S l Mary Ottery 

Pr. 

Maudits howse. 

St. Mary Ottery 

Pr. 

Par's howse. 

Jones 

Pr. 

Langynwyd. 

Langynwyd 

Pr. 

Jones howse. 

Coytrehen 

Pr. 

Powell's howse 



E (51). 

Haverfordwest 
Congr. 
Maylors howse. 

Haverfordwest 
Congr. 
i'hilips howse. 

I'hilipps 
Congr. 
Haverford West. 



Licence to Benjamin Flower to be a Pr. Teacher in 
his howse in Chippenham, Wilts. 30. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Benjamin Flower in ChippenhS, Wilts 
licensed to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 30. Apr. 72. 



License to Thomas Gilbert of Oxford to be a Grail 
Congr. Teacher. 30. Apr. 72. 

The howse of William Hammack called Goonrowson 
in Cornwall licensed to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 
30. Apr. 72. 

License to Henry Hammack to be a Pr. Teacher id 
W m Hammacks howse called Goonrowson in Corn- 
wall. 30. Apr. 72. 

License to Luke Clayton of RotherhS, Yorkshire to 
be a Grail Pr. Teacher. 30. Apr. 72. 

License to George Day of Wiveliscomb in Somersett 
to be a Grail Pr. Teacher. 30 Apr. 72. 

The howse of Joseph Stacker in the Parish of Wivelis- 
comb, Somersett to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 
30. Apr. 72. 

The howse of John Maudit in the Parish of S l Mary 
Ottery, Devon licensed to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 
30. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Edward Par in the Parish of S l Mary 
Ottery, Devon licensed to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 
30. Apr. 72. 

Samuel Jones licensed to be a Pr. Teacher in his 
howse in Langynwyd, & Rees Powell in Gla- 
morgan. 30. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Sam: Jones in Langynwyd Pembrofc 
licensed to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 30. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Rees Powell in Coytrehen, Glamorgan- 
shire licensed for a Pr. Meeting Place. 30. Apr. 72! 



The howse of Richard Maylor in Haverford West 

Pembrok licensed to be a Congr. Meeting Place. 

30. Apr. 72. 
The howse of Peregrin Philips in Haverford Wet 

Pembrofe licensed to be a Congr. Meeting Place. 

30. Apr. 72. 
License to Peregrin Philipps to be a Congr. Teacher 

in his own howse & Richard Maylors in Haverford 

West. 30. Apr. 72 






S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 



45i 



E (51) continued. 
Venning 
Congr. 
East cheap 

Eastcheap 
Congr. 
March's howse. 

Finch 

Manchester. 
Birch-hall 
Congr. Pr. 
Birch's howse. 

Eaton's howse 

Pr. 

Manchester 

Eaton 

Pr. 

Manchester. 

Walker 

Pr. 

Waldingfield 

Waldingfield 

Pr. 

Walker's house. 



E (52). 

Nay land 

Pr. 

Spring's howse. 

Assington hall 

Pr. 

Gurdon's howse. 

Parish's howse 

Pr 

Sudbury. 

S t Edmonds bury 

Pr. 

Clarke's howse. 

Folkes 

Pr in St 

Edmondsbury 

Wilsden 

Ind. 

Roberts howse. 

Bury 

Congr. 

Cookes howse. 

Wingfield 

Congr. 

Starkes howse. 

Wimbon 

Congr. 

Bury 

Starke 

Congr. 

Winkfield 



License to Ralph Venning to be a Congr. Teacher in 
James March's howse in S l Clements Eastcheap, 
London. 30. Apr. 

The howse of James March in S l Clements East- 
cheap London licensed for a Congr. Meeting Place. 
30. Apr. 72. 

License to Henry Finch of Manchester, Lancastr to 
be a Grail Pr. Teacher. 30. Apr. 72. 

A Private Oratory belonging to Thomas Birch Esq r 
of Birch-hall in Lancastr licensed for a Congr. 
& Pr. Meeting Place. 30. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Robert Eaton in Manchester, Lancastr 
licensed to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 30. Apr. 72. 

License to Rob: Eaton to be a Pr. Teacher in his 
howse in Manchester, Lancastr 30. Apr. 72. 

License to Thomas Walker to be a Pr. Teacher in his 
howse in little Waldingfield, Suffolk. 30. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Thomas Walker in little Waldingfield, 
Suffolk licensed to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 30. Apr. 

72. 



The howse of W m Spring in Nayland, Suffolk licensed 
for a Pr. Meeting Place. 30. Apr. 72. 

The howse of John Gurdon called Assington hall, Suf- 
folk licensed to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 30. Apr. 72. 

The howse of John Parish in Sudbury, Suffolk licensed 
for a Pr. Meeting Place. 1 May 72. 

The howse of John Clarke in S l Edmonds bury Suf- 
folk licensed to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 1 May 72 

License to W m Folkes to be a Pr. Teacher in John 
Clarkes howse in S l Edmondsbury, & John Parish's 
in Sudbury, Suffolk. I. May 72. 

The howse of the Lady Roberts in Wilsdon, Middl. 
licensed for an Indep. Meeting Place. 1 May 72. 

The howse of Dame Cooke in the Southgate Street 
in Bury, Suffolk, Congr. Meeting Place. 1. May 
72. 

The howse of John Starke in Winkfield, Suffolk 
licensed for a Congr. Meeting Place. 1. May 72 

License to John Wimbon to be a Congr. Teacher in the 
howse of Dame Cooke in Bury, Suffolk. 1 May 72. 

License to John Starke to be a Congr. Teacher in his 
howse in Winkfield, Suffolk. 1. May 72. 

29 2 



452 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 



E (52) continued. 

Crow 

Pr. 

Ovington. 

E (53). 

Ovington 

Pr. 

Crow's howse. 

Par 

Pr. 

S l Mary Ottery 

Say 

Congr. 

Southampton 

Southampton 

Congr. 

Say's howse. 

More 

Pr. 

East Bargholt. 

like to Backleder. 



1. to Foanes , 



Tayler 

Pr 

Staverton 

Staverton 

Pr. 

Daverton's howse. 

Wibunbury 

Pr 

Ravenshaw's howse. 

Ravenshaw 

Pr. 

Wibunbury 

Ranew 

Pr. 

Bilrecay 

E (54). 

Bilrecay 

Pr 

Finch's howse. 

Moxon 

Congr. 

Asbury 

Asbury 
Congr. 
Moxon's howse. 

Coventry 

Pr 

Jesaen's howse. 
Coventry 

Basnet '3 howse. 
Coventry 

Kirton's howse. 



License to Francis Crow to be a Pr. Teacher in his 
howse in Ovington, Suffolk. I May 72. 



The howse of Francis Crow in Ovington, Suffolk 
licensed for a Pr. Meeting Place. 1 May 72 

Licence to Edw: Par to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse 
in the parish of S l Mary Ottery, Devon. 1. May 72 

Licence to Gyles Say to be a Congr. Teacher in his 
howse in Southampton. 2 May 

The howse of Gyles Say in Southampton licensed for 
a Congr. Meeting Place. 2 May 

License to Richard More of East Bargholt in Suffolk 
to be a Pr Grail Teacher. 1 May 72. 

Like to Sam: Backleder of East Bargholt, in Suffolk 
Pr. 

Like to Sam: Foanes of East Bargholt, Suffolk Pr. 
1 May 72 

License to John Taylor to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse 
of Abr. Randall in Staverton, Devon. 30. Apr 72. 

The howse of Abraha Randall in Staverton, Devon 
licensed to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 30. Apr. 72. 

The house of John Ravenshaw in Wibunbury Parish, 
Cheshire licensed to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 
30. Apr. 72. 

License to John Ravenshaw to be a Pr. Teacher in his 
howse in Wibunbury Parish, Cheshire. 30. A; 

License to Nathaniel Ranew to be a Pr. Teacher in the 
howse of . . . Finch in Bilrecay in Essex. 30. Ap 



The howse of . . . Finch in Bilrecay in I 
licensed to be a Presb. Meeting Place. 30. Apr 72. 

Licence to George Moxon to be a Congr. Teacher in 

his howse in the Parish of Asbury, Che- 

30. Apr. 72. 
The howse of George Moxon in the parish of Asbury, 

Cheshire to be a Congr. Meeting Place. 3c. 

72. 
The howse of Thomas Jessen in Coventry lic< 

for a Pr. Meeting Place. 30. Apr. 72. 

The howse of John Basnet in Coventry licensed fori 
Pr. Meeting Place. 30. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Edmund Kirton in Coventry lic< 
for a Pr. Meeting Place. 30. Apr 72. 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 



453 



E (54) continued. 
D r Grew 

Coventry 

Nottingham 
l'r. 

James howse. 
Longborough 
Pr. 

Crosse's howse. 
ross 

Longborough 

Barret 

Pr. 

Sanjacre. 

E (55). 
Perkins 
Pr. 
Workingha. 

>rkingha 

Haw's howse. 

Reynolds 

Pr. 

Nottingham 

Sanjacre 

Pr. 

Barretts howse. 

Chancy 

Pr. 

East Town 

East Town 

Pr 

Southampton 

Chatford 

Pr. 

Brownes howse 

Brown 
Pr 
, Chatford. 
Wallop 
Anab. 
Kent's howse. 

Kent 

Anab. 

Wallop. 

Broadtholk 

Anab. 
[ Pen's howse. 
5 Pen 

Anab. 
j Broadtholk. 

| E(56). 
Gooldham 
Pr. 
Burwash. 



Licence to D r Obadiah Grew to be a Pr. Teacher in 
the howses of Edmund Kirton, John Basnet & 
Thomas Jessen in Coventry 30. Apr. 72 

The howse of Joseph James in Nottingham licensed 
for a Presb. Meeting Place. 30. Apr. 72 

The howse of W Cross in Longborough in Leicest r 
licensed for a Pr. Meeting Place. 30. Apr. 72 

Licence to Wm Cross to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse 
in Longborough, Leicestr. 30. Apr. 72. 

Licence to John Barrett to be a Pr. Teacher in his 
howse in Sanjacre, Derbyshire. 30. Apr. 72. 



Licence to Edward Perkins to be a Pr. Teacher in 
the howse of Eliz. Haw in Workingha' Berks. 
30. Apr. 72. 

The howse of Eliz. Haw in WorkinghS Berks licensed 
to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 1 May 72. 

Licence to W m Reynolds to be a Pr. Teacher in the 
howse of Joseph James in Nottingha 1 May 72. 

The howse of John Barrett licensed to be a Pr. Meet- 
ing at Sanjacre in Derbyshire. 1 May 72. 

The howse of Isack Chancy of Easton Town in South- 
ton licensed to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 1 May 72 

License to Isack Chancy to be a Pr. Teacher in his 
howse in Easton Town Southampton. 1 May 72 

The howse of James Brown of Lower Chatford in 
Southampton licensed to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 
30. Apr. 72. 

License to James Brown to be a Pr. Teacher in his 
howse at Lower Chatford, Southampton. 30. Apr. 

The howse of John Kent in Upper Wallop, Southamp- 
ton licensed to be an Anabapt. Meeting Place. 
30. Apr. 72. 

License to John Kent to be an Anabapt. Teacher in his 
howse in Upper Wallop Southampton. 30. Apr. 72 

The howse of Henry Pen at Broadtholk in Wilts 
licensed to be an Anab. Meeting Place. 30. Apr. 72. 

Licence to Henry Pen to be an Anabapt. Teacher in 
his howse at Broadtholk in Wilts. 30. Apr. 72. 



Licence to Thomas Gooldham to be a Pr. Teacher in 
his howse at Burwash in Sussex. 30. Apr. 72. 



454 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 



E (56) continued. 

Jones 

Pr. 

Eccles 

Eccles 

Pr 

Leavors howse. 

Winwick 

Pr. 

Birchall's howse. 

Aspinwall 

Pr. 

Winwick. 

Chesham 
Congr. 
Hills howse. 

Honiton 

Anab. 

Serle's howse. 

South 

Pr. 

Dunhead. 

Dunhead 

Pr. 

Sowth's howse. 

Punsborne 

Congr. 

Evers howse. 

E (57). 

Warha 

Congr. 

Punsborne. 

Theobalds 

Pr. 

Pritman's howse 

Wadsworth 

Pr. 

Theobalds. 

Ben 

Congr. 

Dorchester 

Dorchester 

Congr. 

Stansbury's howse 

Milner 

Congr. 

Roades howse. 

Haughton 

Congr. 

Koades howse 

Adams 

i'r. 

Cheapside 

Adams howse 

I'r. 

Chetptidc 



Licence to Edmund Jones to be a Pr. Teacher in the 
Outbuildings of Alexander Leavor in Eccles, Lan- 
castr. i. May 72. 

The Outbuildings of Alexander Leavor in Eccles, Lan- 
caster licensed for a Pr. Meeting Place. 1. May 72. 

The Howse of Richard Birchall in the Parish of Win- 
wick, Lancastr. licensed for a Pr. Meeting Place. 
1. May 72. 

Licence to W m Aspinwall to be a Pr. Teacher in the 
howse ofRichard Birchall in the Parish of Winwick. 
1. May 72. 

The howse of . . . Hill in . . . Street in Chesha in 
Hartfordshire licensed for a Congr. Meeting Place. 
1. May 72. 

The howse of Samuel Serle of Honiton licensed for an 
Anabaptist Meeting Place. 1. May 72. 

Licence to Compton South to be a Pr. Teacher in his 
howse at Dunhead in Wilts. 1. May 72 

The howse of Compton South in Dunhead Wilts 
licensed for a Pr. Meeting Place. 1. May 72. 

The howse of . . . Evers at Punsborne licensed for a 
Congr. Meeting Place. 1. May 72. 



Licence to Francis Warha to be a Congr. Teacher 
in Evers howse at Punsborne, Hartford. 1. May 72. 

The howse of Jonathan Pritman in Theobalds Essex 
licensed to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 1. May 72. 

Licence to Thomas Wadsworth to be a Pr. Teacher 
in Jonathan Pritmans howse in Theobalds Essex. 
1. May 72. 

License to William Ben of Dorchester to be a Congr. 
Teacher in the howse of Phil. Stansby in Dor- 
chester. 1. May 72. 

The howse of Philip Stansby in Dorchester licensed 
to be a Congr. Meeting Place. 1. May 72. 

License to Jeremiah Milner to be a Congr. Teacher 
in the Lady Roades howse in Haughton, Yorke- 
shire. 1. May. 

The Lady Roades howse in Haughton Yorkcshire 
licensed for a Congr. Meeting Place. 1. May 72. 

License to Richard Adams to be a Pr. Teacher in the 
the howse of John Adams in Cheapside, London. 
1 May 72 

The howse of John Adams in Cheapside London 
licensed for a Presb. Meeting Place. 1. May 72 






S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 



455 



E (57) continued. 

Turton 

Pr. 

Darleston 

E (58). 

Darleston 

Pr. 

Reelings howse 

Birmingham 

Pr. 

Fishers howse. 

Fisher Pr. 

Birmingham 

Dunhead 

Pr 

Groves howse. 

Ince Pr. 

Thornehill 

Thornehill 

Pr. 

Ince's howse. 

Knogell 

Pr. 

Cliffords howse 

Clifford 

Pr. 

Knogell 

E (59). 
Phip Pr. 
Tefont 

Tefont Pr. 
Phips howse. 

J ernes Pr. 
Stones. 

Stones Pr. 
femes howse. 



License to William Turton to be a Pr. Teacher 
in Wm JCeeling's howse in Darleston, Stafford, 
i. May 72. 



The howse of William Keeling in Darleston, Stafford 
licensed for a Pr. Meeting Place. 1. May 72. 

The howse of Sam: Fisher in Birmingha Warwick 
licensed to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 1 May 72. 

License to Sam: Fisher to be a Pr. Teacher in his 
howse in Birmingha - in Warwickshire. 1. May 72. 

The howse of Thomas Grove Esq r at Dunhead, Wilts 
licensed for a Pr. Meeting Place. 1 May 72. 

License to Peter Ince to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse 
at Thornehill in Dorsett. 1. May 72. 

The howse of Peter Ince at Thornhill Dorsett 
licensed to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 1. May 72. 

The howse of Samuel Clifford at Knogell, Wilts 
licensed to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 1. May 72. 

License to Samuel Clifford to be a Pr. Teacher in his 
howse at Knogell, Wilts. 1. May 72. 



John Phip licensed to be a Presb. Teacher in his howse 

at Tefont Wilts. 1. May 72. 
The howse of John Phip at Tefont licensed to be a 

Pr. Meeting Place. 1. May 72. 
Licence to John Jemes to be a Pr. Teacher in his 

howse in the Parish of Stones Middlesex. 1 . May 72. 

The howse of John Jemes in the Parish of Stones 
licensed to be a Presb. Meeting Place. 1. May 72. 



'he howse of Sam: Willes in Birmingha in Warwick licensed to be 

a Pr. Meeting Place. 1. May 72. 
-icense to Sam: Willes to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Birmingha' 

Warwickshire. 1. May 72. 
'he howse of William Grove at Coggeshall in Essex licensed for a Congr. 
Meeting Place. 1. May 72. 
License to Josiah Houldsworth to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 
Eliz. Reyner in Heckmondwicke in the Parish of Birstoll. Yorkshire. 
1. May 72. 

The howse of Eliz. Reyner in Heckmondwicke in the Parish of Birstoll, 
Yorksire licensed for a Congr. Meeting Place. 1. May 72. 



(60). 
License to Rich: Whitehurst to be a^ Congr. Teacher at Westhall in 
Hatfield, Yorkeshire. 1. May 72. 



456 S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 

E (60) continued. 

A howse called Westhall in Hatfield Yorkeshire licensed for a Congr. 

Meeting Place. 1. May 72. 
License to Sam: Bayly to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in Morley 

in Yorkshire. 1. May 72. 
The howse of Sam: Bayly in Morley, Yorkeshire licensed for a Congr. 

Meeting Place. 1. May 72. 
The howse of Robert Dickinson in Fishlake, Yorkeshire licensed to be 

a Congr. Meeting Place. 1. May 72. 
License to Robert Dickinson to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in 

Fishlake, Yorkshire. 1. May 72. 
License to Christopher Nesse to be a Congr. Teacher in Mainriding 

howse in the Parish of Ledes Yorkeshire 1. May 72. 
Mainriding howse in the Parish of Leedes Yorkeshire licensed for a 

Congr. Meeting Place. 1. May 72. 
The howse of James Bud in Weymouth Dorsett licensed for a Congr. 

Meeting Place. 1. May 72 
License to George Thome to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

James Bud in Weymouth, Dorsett. 1 May 72. 



E (61). 

License to Richard Downe to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

John Golding in Bridport Dorsett. 1. May 72. 
The howse of John Golding in Bridport, Dorsett licensed for a Con. 

Meeting Place. 1. May 72. 
A Roome or Roomes in Kirkesandall hall in Yorkeshire licensed for a 

Congr. Meeting Place. 1. May 72. 
License to John Hobson to be a Congr. Teacher in Kirkesandall hall in 

Yorkeshire 1 May 72 
Licence to Mark Triggatt to be a Congr. Teacher in Kirkesandall hall 

in Yorke. 1 May 72. 
License to John Sammes to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse in the 

howse of John Croe at Coggeshall in Essex. 1. May 72. 
License to Thomas Lawrey to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in 

Coggeshall in Essex. 1. May 72. 
The howse of Thomas Lawrey in Coggeshall Essex licensed for a Congr. 

Meeting Place. 1. May 72. 
Licence to Benjamin Way to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

W m Hayden in Dorchester. 1. May 72. 
The howse of W m Hayden in Dorchester licensed for a Congr. Meeting 

Place. 1. May 72. 



E (62). 

Licence to Phil. Lamb to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in Ku>t 

Morden, Dorsett. 1 May 72. 
The howse of Phil. Lamb in East Morden, Dorsett licensed to be a 

Congr. Meeting Place. 1 May 72. 
License to Sam: Deaken to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Gi 

Locksmith in Rumford in Essex. 1 May 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 457 



E (62) continued. 

Licence to John Wilson to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of Catha- 
rine Booth in Northgate Street & Dame Hames in Ch< 

1. May 72. 
The howse of Catharine Booth in Northgate Street Chester licensed for 

a Congr. Meeting Place. 1 May 72. 
Licence to Frederick Woodall to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

Jonathan Basse in Woodbridge, Suffblke. 1 May 72. 
The howse of Jonathan Basse in Woodbridge Suffolk licensed for a 

Congr. Meeting Place. 1. May 72. 
Licence to John Yates to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of Jonathan 

Pritman in Theobalds. I. May. 72. 
The house of John Prion in Goring lee in Shipley Sussex licensed for a 

Pr. Meeting Place. 1 May 72. 
License to Sam: Stodden to be a Pr. Teacher in Andrew Hoi will's 

howse in Woodberry, Devon. 1. May. 72. 



E (63). 

Licence to James Bradshaw of Hinley in Lancashire to be a Grail Pr. 

Teacher. 1. May. 72. 
Like to James Woods of Bent Lancastr. 1. May 72. 
The house of John Watts in Sandwich licensed for a Pr. Meeting Place. 

1. May 72. 
License to Thomas Daunsy to be a Pr. Teacher in John Blackmore's 

howse in the Parish of Shelden, Devon. 1. May 72. 
The howse of John Blackmore jun. licensed for a Pr. Meeting Place, in 

the parish of Shelden, Devon. 1 May 72. 
The howse of Thomas Prockter at Stoake hill in the Parish of Stoake 

Mary to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 1 May 72. 
Licence to Emanuel Harford to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of 

Thomas Prockter at Stoake hill, Somersett. 1. May 72. 
licence to Thomas Ventres to be a Congr. Teacher in M r Ropers hall 

in the Parish of S fc Dunstans in Canterbury. 1. May 72. 
L r Ropers hall in the Parish of S l Dunstans, Canterbury to be a Congr. 

& Pr. Meeting Place. 1. May 72. 
Licence to Robert Beake to be a Pr. Teacher in M r Ropers hall in the 

Parish of S* Dunstans, Canterbury. 1 May 72. 
The howse of Widow Cooper in Kettering, Northampton licensed for a 

Congr. Meeting Place. 1. May 72. 



E (64). 

The howse of Robert Guy in Isham licensed for a Congr. Meeting 

Place. 1 May 72. 
Licence to John Baynard to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of Rob. 

Guy in Isha, Northampton 1 May. 
Licence to John Maydwell to be a Congr. Teacher in the_ howse of 

Widow Cooper in Kettering, Northampton. 1. May 72. 
The howse of Joanna Newden in Bennenden in Kent licensed to be a 

Pr. Meeting Place. 1 May 72. 



458 S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 

E (64) continued. 

Licence to Nathaniel Haywood of Ormeschurch in Lancastr to be a Pr. 

Teacher Grail 1. May 72. 
Like to Rob. Robortd of Ashton Lancastr. Pr. 1 May 72. 
The howse of Henry Hilton in Henly Lancashire licensed to be a Pr. 

Meeting Place. 1. May 72. 
The howse of Jane Taylour in Golborn, Lancashire licensed for a Pr. 

Meeting Place. 1. May 72. 
The howse of Ambrose Jolly in Wiggen Lancastr licensed to be a Pr. 

Meeting Place. 1 May 72. 
The howse of John Bradbeece in the Parish of Dunkesvell, Devon 

licensed to be a Pr. Meeting Place. 1. May 72. 



E (65). 

Licence to John Harvie to be a Pr. Teacher in a Meeting howse in 
Tockeles erected for that purpose in the Parish of Blackborn, Lan- 
castr. 1. May. 72. 

The Meeting howse in Tockeles licensed for Pr. 1 . May. 

Licence to Josiah Rocke to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at Bole in 
Nottinghamshire. 1. May 72. 

The howse of Josiah Rocke at Bole in Nottinghamshire licensed for a 
Pr. Meeting Place. 1 May 72. 

The howse of Jonathan Tuckney in Hackney, MidM: licensed for a Pr. 
Meeting Place. 1 May 72. 

Licence to Jonathan Tuckney to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in 
Hackney Middl. 1. May 72. 

The howse of Sam: Burnnet in Debenha, Suffblke licensed for an Inde- 
pendent Meeting Place. 1. May 72. 

The howse of James King near Debenha, Suffolk licensed for an Inde- 
pendent Meeting Place. 1 May 72. 

Licence to James King to be an Indep. Teacher in his howse & Sam: 
Burnett's near Debenha, 1. May 72. 

The howse of Richard Hill in Winchester Street, London licensed for 
a Congr. Meeting Place. 1 May 72 

The howse of James Fisher in Darking in Surrey licensed for a Congr. 
Meeting Place. 1 May 72. 



E (66). 

Licence to James Fisher to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in Dark- 
ing, Surrey. 1 May 72. 

The howse of R d Margesse in Stone Street in Vicklye, Surrey licensed 
for a Pr. Meeting Place. 1 May. 

Licence to James Simonds to be a Congr. Teacher in the how 

Widow Porter at Court lodge in Lamberhurst, Kent. 1 May 72. 

The howse of Widow Porter at Court lodge in Lamberhurst licensed 
for a Pr. Meeting Place. 1 May 

Licence to John Corbet of Chichester Sussex to be a Gnlll Pr. Teacher. 
1 May 72. 

License to John Noble to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Leonard 
Ward in Tanshclfe, Wi striding of Yorke. 1 May 72. 






S. P. T)om. E. B. 3 8a 459 



E (66) continued. 

The howse of Leonard Ward in Tanshelfe Westriding of Yorke licensed 

for a Pr. Meeting Place. I May 
Licence to John Taylour of Py worthy Devon to be a Gr t all Pr. Teacher. 

I May 72. 
Like to Richard Gyles of Rolvenden in Kent. 1 May 72. 
The howse of Joseph Credendon in Rolvenden in Kent licensed for a 

Pr. Meeting Place. 1. May 72 



E (67). 

Rich d Chiddells howse for Pr. in Roade in the Parish of Goddshill in 

Wight. 1 May 
License to William Baldwin of Chisnull, Lancashire to be a Grail Pr. 

Teacher. 1 May 72. 
Licence to John Buckley to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of John 

Prion in Goring Lee in Shipley, Sussex 1 May 
The howse of George Milward of Farincomb, Somersett licensed to be 

a Pr. Meeting Place. 2. May 72. 
License to John Milward to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of George 

Milward in Farincomb, Somersett 2 May 
License to Edw. Richardson to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Rob. 

Mort in little Hilton, Lancastr. 2 May 
The howse of Robert Mort in little Hilton Lancastr licensed to be a 

Pr. meeting Place. 2. May 72. 
Licence to Robert Asty to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of Susan 

Adams in Halter Street in S l Edmonsbury Suffblke. 2. May 72. 
The howse of Susan Adams in Halter Street in S l Edmonds bury 

Suffolk licensed for a Congr. Meeting Place. 2. May 72. 
Licence to John AlChurch to be an Anab. Teacher in the howse of 

Widow Blake in Stowford in the Parish of South Newton. 2 d May 

The howse of Widow Blake in Stouford in the Parish of South Newton 
licensed for an Anab. Meeting Place. 2. May 



E (68). 

A certaine howse called Whitehowse in Sherborn Yorkeshire licensed for 

a Pr. Meeting Place. 2. May 72. 
A certaine howse called Lilbury howse neare Holbeck in Yorkshire 

licensed for a Pr. Meeting Place. 2 May 
Licence to W m Hawden to be a Pr. Teacher at the Whitehowse 

in Sherborne, Yorkeshire. 2. May 72. 
Licence to Rob. Armitage tp be a Pr. Teacher at Lillbury howse near 

Holbeck, York. 2 May 72 
The howse of Henry Ashurst at Clapton in Hackney Midd. licensed for 

a Pr. Meeting Place. 2. May 
The howse of Thomas Senior at Clapton in Hackney licensed for a 

Pr. Meeting Place. 2. May 
Licence to Henry Blackaller of Chard in Somersett to be a Gratt Pr. 

Teacher. 2 May 72. 
Like to Jeremiah Baines of Horslydown in Southwark Pr. 2. May 72. 



460 S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 

E (68) continued. 

Like to Luke Ogle of Berwick. 2 May 72. 

Like to Nicholas Wressell of Berwick 2 May 72. 

Like to Benjamin Mills of Chard in Somersett 2. May 72. 

Like to Lazarus Seaman D.D. of Hammersmith Midd. 2. May 72. 



E (69). 

Like to W m Hunt of New Saru in Wilts. 2. May 72. 

Like to Edw: Buckler of Bradford Dorsettshire 2. May 72. 

Like to Thomas Roswell of Fearne Wilts 2. May. 

Like to Benjamin Mills of Chard in Somersett. 2. May 

The howse of George Whitemarsh in Saru licensed for an Indep. 
Meeting Place. 2. May 72. 

License to John Barrett to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Margery 
Derries in Nottingham. 2. May 72. 

License to John Batsler to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Humphrey 
Bawden in the Parish of Uffculme, Devon 2. May 72. 

The howse of Humphrey Bawden in Uffculme licensed for a Pr. Meet- 
ing Place. 2. May 72. 

The howse of Thomas Stone in Taunton Somersejtt licensed for a Pr. 
Meeting Place. 2. May. 72. 

Licence to George Newton to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of 
Thomas Stone in Taunton, Somersett 2. May 72 : 



E (70). 

Licence to Thomas Milway to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

Widow Heath at Preston in Hartfordshire. 2. May 72. 
The howse of Widow Heath in Preston Hartfordshire licensed for a 

Congr. Meeting Place. 2 May 
The howse of Thomas Polhill in Chesha Hartfordshire licensed for a 

Congr. Meeting Place. 2 May 
Licence to James Fisher to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in 

Darking Surrey. 2 May 
The howse of James Fisher in Darking in Surrey licensed for a Congr. 

Meeting Place. 2. May. 
Licence to John Noble to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Leonard 

Ward in Tanshelfe in Westriding of Yorke. 2 May. 

licence for that place 2 May 
Licence to John Corbet of Chichester in Sussex to be a Grail Pr. 

Teacher. 2. May 72. 
Licence to W ,n Baldwin of Chisnull in Lancashire to be a Grail Pr. 

Teacher 2. May 72. 
The howse of Robert Vincent in Nottingham licensed for a Pr. Meeting 

Place. 2. May 72. 
The Meeting howse in Tockdefl in the Parish of Blackburne, in Lan- 
cashire Pr. Meeting. 2. May 72. 



E (71). 

Licence to Josiah Rocke to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at Bole 
in Nottingh. ... Ma] 72. 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 461 



E (71) continued. 

Josiah Roclces hosse at Bole in Nottinghiishire licensed for a Pr. Meet- 
ing Place. 2 May 72. 
The howse of Jonathan Tuckney in Hackney, Middlesex licensed for a 

Pr. Meeting Place. 2 May 72. 
Licence to Stephen More to be an Indep. Teacher in the howse of 

Barnabas Bloxon Wintoii Yard Southwark 2. May 
Licence to Thomas Rosse to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Atbolton 

Nottinghamshire. 2 May. 72. 
The howse of Thomas Rosse in Atbolton in Nottingh&shire licensed for 

a Pr. Meeting Place. 2 May. 
The howse of John Marjott in Aston Bucks licensed for a Pr. Meeting 

Place. 2 May 72. 
John Mariott to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Aston, Bucks 

2 May 72. 
Licence to Matthew Leadbeater of Whitaker in Warwick to be a Grail 

Pr. Teacher 2. May 72. 
The howse of Barnabas Bloxon in Wintoii Yard Southwark licensed 

for a Pr. Meeting Place 2 May 72. 
The howse of Rob: Adams in Tanmouth in Warwick licensed for a 

Pr. Meeting Place. 2 May 72. 



E (72). 

The howse of Robert Adams in Tanworth, Warwickshire licensed for a 

Pr. Meeting Place 2 May 
The howse of Thomas Gooldham at Burwash in Sussex licensed for a 

Pr. Meeting Place 2 May 72. 
Licence to . . . Willis to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Burntwood 

in Essex 2 May 72. 
License to John Billingsley to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Rob. 

Vincent in Nottingham. 2 May 
Licence to Rob. Porter to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of John 

Walker in Nottingham. 2 May 
The howse of John Walker in Nottingham licensed for a Pr. Meeting 

Place. 2 May 
The howse of Thomas Lupton in Nottingham licensed for a Pr. Meet- 
ing Place. 2 May 
License for John Whitlock to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of 

Thomas Lupton in NottinghS 2 May 
The house of Margery Derry in Nottingha licensed for a Pr. Meeting 

Place. 2 May 72. 
The howse of . . . Gilson in Burntwood in Essex licensed for a Pr. 

Meeting Place 2 May. 



E (73). 

. . . Gilson to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Burntwood in Essex 

2. May 
The howse of . . . Erly in Koyles in Essex licensed for a Pr. Meeting 

Place 2 May 72. 



462 S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 

E (73) continued. 

The howse of . . . Willis in Burntwood Essex licensed for a Pr. Meet- 
ing Place. 2 May 72. 
. . . Erly to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Koyles in Essex 2 May 72. 
. . . Kitly to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Abary hatch in Essex 

2 May 72. 
The howse of John Wood in Altington Lancastr a Congr Meeting 

Place 2 May 72. 
The howse of . . . Kitly in Abary hatch in Essex licensed for a Pr. 

Meeting Place. 2 May 72. 
The howse of William Maskall in Rumford in Essex licensed for a 

Pr. Meeting Place 2 May. 
The howse of George Locksmith in Rumford in Essex licensed for a 

Pr. Meeting Place 2 May 72. 
The howse of John Maskall at Moriss in Essex licensed for a Pr. 

Meeting Place 2 May 72. 



E (74). 

Licence to Thomas Keyto to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

Francis Norbury of Entwistle in the hundred *of Salford Lancastr. 

2 May 
The howse of John Harwood in the hundred of Blackburn, Lancastr 

licensed for a Congr. Meeting Place. 2 May 
The howse of Francis Norbury in Entwistle in Lancashire licensed for 

a Congr. Meeting Place 2 May. 
Thomas Jollie to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse at Wymond 

howses in the hundred of Blackburn, Lancastr 2. May 72. 
The howse of Thomas Jollie at the Wymond howses in the hundred 

of Blackburn in Lancastr Congr. Meeting Place. 2 May 72. 
The howse of Rob. Whitaker in the hundred of Blackburn, Lancastr 

Congr. Place 2 May 72. 
The howse of Richard Cottham in the hundred of Blackburn, Lan- 
castr Congr. Place 2 May 72. 
The howse of Richard Sagar in the hundred of Blackburn, Lane. 

Congr. Place 2 May 72. 
Christopher Touler Congr. Teacher in Thomas Polhills howse in 

Cheshil, Hartfordshire 2 May 72. 



E (75). 

The howse of Thomas Mortlock at Finchingfield, Essex Presb. Meeting 
Place. 2 May 72. 

Hugh Glover Pr. Teacher in his howse at Bishop Starford. 2 May 72. 

Peter Coles howse in Honiton Devon Anabapt. Place 2 May 72. 

The howse of William Hocker in the Parish of S l Breock near Wade- 
bridge, Cornwall 2 May 72. 

James Wise an Anabapt. Teacher in the howse of Thomas Batt in 
Salisbury 2 May 72. 

Thomas Bftttl howse in Salisbury, Wilts Anabapt. Meeting Place 
2 May 72. 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 463 

E (75) continued. 

The howse of Thomas Long in Amesbury, Wilts Anabapt Meeting 

Place 2 May 72. 
John Rede of Birdlime in the tithing of Porton, Wilts Gra.ll Anab. 

2 May 72. 
The howse of Henry Havers at Stamborn in Essex Pr. Meeting Place 

2 May 72. 
Henry Havers Pr. Teacher at his howse in Stamborn, Essex. 2 May 72. 



E (76). 

George Whitemarsh Ind. Teacher in his howse in Salisbury 2 May 72. 
Francis Sourton Grail Pr. of Pounderha in Devon 2. May 72. 
Richard Faireclough of Thames Street London Grail Pr. 2 May 72. 
Thomas Long Anabapt. Teacher in his howse at little Amesbury in 

Wilts. 2 May 72. 
The howse of W m Gilbert in Bothenwood Dorsett licensed for a Pr. 

Meeting Place. 8 May 72 
Licence to W m Gilbert to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Bothen- 
wood, Dorsett. 8 May 72. 
The howse of Henry Martin at Tarrant Muncton Dorsett licensed for 

a Pr. Meeting Place. 8 May 72. 
Licence to Henry Martin to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at Tarrant 

Muncton Dorsett 8 May 72. 
Licence to John White of Morden, Dorsett to be a Grail Pr. Teacher 

8 May 72. 
Licence to W m Craine of Beaminster, Dorsett to be a Grail Pr. 

Teacher. 8 May 72. 
Licence to Thomas Roe to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at Wimburn, 

Dorsett. 8 May 72 



E (77). 

The howse of Thomas Roe in Wimburn Dorsett licensed for a Pr 

Meeting Place. 8 May 72. 
The howse of Timothy Sacheverill in Winterburn Zelston, Dorsett 

Pr. Meeting Place. 8 May 72. 
Licence to Timothy Sacheverill to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in 

Winterburn Zelston, Dorsett 8 May 72. 
Licence to John Gill to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Hawk 

Church, Dorsett. 8 May 72. 
The howse of John Gill in Hawk Church, Dorsett licensed for a Pr. 

Meeting Place. 8 May 72. 
The howse of John Webber in Membury Devon Presb. Meeting 

Place. 8 May 72. 
The howse of John Langdale in Crickett Somersett Pr. Meeting Place. 

8 May 72. 
Licence to John Langdale to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in 

Crickett, Somersett. 8 May 72. 
Licence to James Ously to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Wotton 

Fitzpaine, Dorsett. 8 May 72. 



464 S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 

E (77) continued. 

The howse of Bernard Dwight at Callison in Devon Pr. Meeting 

Place. 8 May 72. 
The howse of James Ously in Wotton Fitzpaine, Dorsett Pr. Meeting 

Place. 8 May 72. 



E (78). 

John Keridge of Lime Grail Pr. Teacher. 8 May 72. 

Licence to Henry Backaller to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of 

Sarah Keridg in Wotton Fitzpaine, Dorsett 8 May 72. 
The howse of Edward Mark at Broad Windsor Dorsett Pr. Meeting 

Place. 8 May 72. 
The howse of Sarah Keridge in Wotton Fitzpaine, Dorsett Pr. Meeting 

Place. 8 May 72. 
Licence to John Hodder to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Thorne- 

comb, Devon. 8 May 72. 
The howse of Thomas More Esq r in Hawk Church Dorsett Pr. Meet- 
ing Place. 8 May 72. 
The howse of John Hodder in Thornecomb, Devon Pr. Meeting 

Place. 8 May 72. 
Licence to Sam: Foanes of East Bargholt Suffolk to be a Grail Pr. 

Teacher. 6. May 72. 
The howse of W m Cotton in Denby, Yorkeshire a Presb. Meeting 

Place. 8 May 72. 
Licence to Christopher Richardson to be a Presb. Teacher in the 

howse of W m Cotton in Denby Yorkshire 8 May 72 
Licence to Rob. Bath to be a Pr. Teacher in a howse called Underwood 

in the Parish of Rachdale, Lancastr. 8 May 72. 



E (79). 

The howse called Underwood in the Parish of Rachdale, Lancashire a 

Pr. Meeting Place. 8 May 
The howse of Josuah Kirby in Wakefield Yorkeshire Pr. Meeting 

Place. 8 May 
Licence to Josuah Kirby to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Wake- 
field, Yorkshire. 8 May 
Licence to John Tuchin of Foy in Cornwall to be a Grail Pr. Teacher. 

8 May 
The howse of John Franckland in Preston, Lancashire Pr. Meeting 

Place. 8 May 
Licence to John Harvey to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of John 

E ranckland in Preston, Lancashire. 8 May 
A large Roome in the midst of the Street in Chard Somerset Pr. 

Meeting Place. 8 May 
Licence to W m Samson to DC a Pr. Teacher in a large roome in the 

midst of the Street at Chard Somersett. 8 May 

Derbyshire [Written over 
The bow* of Thomas Sanders in little Ireton, Devon Iater ' 1: " J 

Pr, Meeting Place 8 May 



S. P. 'Dom. E. B. 3 8a 465 



E (79) continued. 

Licence to Sam: Ogden to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Thomas 

Sanders in little Ireton, Devon. 8 May 
The howse of Edward Sutton at Loterford in the Parish of North 

Cheriton, Somersett Congr. Meeting Place. 8 May 



E (80). 

Licence to Geo. Pearce to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of Edw. 

Sutton in Loterford in the Parish of North Cheriton Somer>ett. 

8 May 72. 
licence to Rob: Bartlett to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

James Hanne in Over Compton Dorsett. 8 May 
'he howse of James Hanne in Over Compton Dorsett Congr. Meeting 

Place. 8 May 
'he howse of Geo. Fawler in Islington Pr. Meeting Place. 8 May 
-icence to Geo: Fawler to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Islington, 

Midd. 8 May 
'he howses of John West & John Marsh in Dorchester Pr. Meeting 

Places. 8 May 
, icence to Geo: Hammond to be a Pr. Teacher in the howses of John 

West & John Marsh in Dorchester 8 May 
'he howse of Fran: Duckins in Willingham Cambridgeshire Congr. 

Meeting Place. 8 May 72. 
'he howse of Eliz: Petit near Greenstreet in Cambridge Congr. 

Meeting Place. 8 May 72. 
Licence to Sam: Corbyn to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of Eliz. 

Petit near Greenstreet in Cambridge 8 May 



E (81). 

The howse of Widow Evans at Meldred in Cambridgeshire Congr. 

Meeting Place. 8 May 
Licence to Thomas Locke to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

Widow Evans at Meldred in Cambridgeshire 8 May 
A Place called the Kitchin in high Dike in the Town of March in the 

Isle of Ely Congr. Meeting Place. 8 May 
Licence to James Day to be a Congr. Teacher in a Place called the Kitchin 

in High Dike in the Town of March in the Isle of Ely. 8 May 
Licence to Joseph Oddey to be a Congr. Teacher in the house of Job 

Hall in Bridge Street in Cambridge. 8 May 
The howse of Job Hall in Bridge Street in Cambridge Congr. Meeting 

Place. 8 May 
Licence to Francis Holcroft to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

Job Hall in Bridge street in Cambridge 8 May 
Licence to Ezekias King to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Hornsey 

Middl. 8 May 
The howse of Ezekias King in Hornsey Middl. Pr. Meeting Place. 

8 May 72. 
Licence to Haslefoot Bridges to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in 

Enfield, Middl. 8 May 

30 



466 S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 

E (82). 

The howse of Haslefoot Bridges in Enfield Pr. Meeting Place. 

8 May 
Licence to Henry Searle to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of the Lady 

Pickering in Tichmarsh Northampton 8 May 
The howse of the Lady Pickering at Tichmarsh Northampton Pr. 

Meeting Place. 8 May 
The howse of Susanna Ponder in Rothwell Northampton Congr. 

Meeting Place. 8 May 
The house of Thomas Browning in Rothwell Northampton Congr. 

Meeting Place. 8 May 
Licence to Thomas Browning to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse 

& Susanna Ponders in Rothwell 8 May 
Licence to John Pinkury to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Long- 
stock, Southampton. 8 May 
The howse of John Pinkury in Longstock, Southampton Pr. Meeting 

Place. 8 May 
The howse of . . . Hopkins in Hozwell Southampton Congr. Meeting 

Place. 8 May 
The howse of Nicholas Smith in Long Parish, Southampton Congr. 

Meeting Place 8 May. 



E (83). 

Licence to Nicholas Smith to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in 

Long Parish, Southampton. 8 May 
Licence to John Crofts to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of John 

Girle in Newton Tone, Wilts. 8 May 
The howse of John Girle in Newton Tone Wilts Congr. Meeting 

Place. 8 May 
Licence to Sam: Smith j. of Hereford to be a Grail Pr. Teacher. 

8 May 
Like to George Primerose of Tedstone Delamere Hereford 8 May 
Like to Thomas Seaborne of Hereford. 8 May 
The howse of S r John Stapley in How Sussex Pr. Meeting Place. 

8 May 
Licence to W m Wallis to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of S r John 

Stapley in How Sussex 8 May. 
Licence to Joseph Osboume to be an Ind. Teacher in the howse of John 

Fryland in Bredhempston, Sussex 8 May 
The howse of John Fryland in Bredhempston Sussex Ind. Mci 

Place. 8 May 
The howse of Joane Strang in Bidiford, Devon Ind. Meeting Place. 

8 May 
Licence to Michael Taylour of Holsworthy Devon to be a Grail Pr. 

Tocher. 8 May 



S. P. T)om. E. B. 3 8a 467 

E (84). 

Licence to Rob. Stead of Dartmouth to be a Grail Anab. Teacher. 

8 May 
The howses of Nicftas Stook and Edward Searle in the Parish of 

Culmstock, Devon Pr. Meeting Places. 8 May 
Licence to Geo. Bindon to be a Pr. Teacher in the howses of Nicfcas 

Stook & Ed: Searle in the Parish of Culmstock, Devofi 8 May 
The howses of John Norman & Daniel Lock in the Parish of Wclling- 

Iton, Somersett Pr. Meetings. 8 May 
Licence to Timothy Batt to be a Pr. Teacher in the howses of John 
Norman & Daniel Lock in the Parish of Wellington, Somersett 
8 May 
Licence to Thomas Rowe of Wimburne in Dorsett to be a Grail Pr. 
Teacher. 8 May. 
The howse of John Gifford in the Parish of Wimburne Dorsett Pr. 
Meeting Place. 8 May 
The Meeting howse in Toxtethpark near Leverpoole in Lancashire 
licensed for Presb. use 8 May 
Licence to Thomas Trumpton to be a Pr. Teacher in the Meeting 
howse in Toxteth park near Leverpoole, Lancashire. 8 May 
The howse of Silvanus Rich near Peniston, Yorkeshire Presb. Meeting 
Place. 8 May 



E (85). 

Licence to Nathan Denton to be a Presb. Teacher in the howse of 

Silvanus Rich near Peniston, Yorkeshire. 8 May 
Licence to James Davies to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in 

Cardigan, & John James's in Kenarth, Carmarthenshire 8 May 
The howse of John James of Kenarth, Carmarthenshire Congr. Meeting 

Place. 8 May 
The howse of James Davies of Cardigan Congr. Meeting Place. 

8 May 72. 
The howse of Jenkin Jones in Kilgerran in Pembrokeshire Congr. 

Meeting Place. 8 May 
Licence to Sam: Murner to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

Thomas Watersfield in Arundell, Sussex 8 May 
Licence to Jenkin Jones to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in Kil- 
gerran, Pembrokeshire 8 May 
Licence to Richard Garrett to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

Nicholas Brewer in Midhurst, Sussex 8 May 
The howse of Thomas Watersfield in Arundell Sussex Congr. Meeting 

Place. 8 May 
The howse of Nicholas Brewer in Midhurst, Sussex Congr. Meeting 

Place. 8 May 
The howse of Collet Key in Sandwich Kent Congr. Meeting Place. 

8 May 

302 



468 S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 

E (86). 

The howse of Charles Niccols in Adesham Kent Congr. Meeting Place. 
8 May 

Licence to Charles Niccols to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in 
Adesham, Kent. 8 May 

Licence to Rob. Constantine to be a Pr. Teacher in the Barne of Rob. 
Wild of Heaside in the Parish of Oldham, Lancashire 8 May 

The Barne of Rob: Wild of Heaside in the Parish of Oldham, Lanca- 
shire Pr. Meeting Place 8 May 

The howse of Joseph Holmes at Broadlanes end in the Parish & Town 
of Ilminster, Somersett. Pr. Meeting Place. 8 May 

The howse of Thomas Marshall in the Parish of Ilminster Somersett 
Pr. Meeting Place 8 May 

Licence to Thomas Marshall to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in the 
Parish & Town of Ilminster, Somersett 8 May 

Licence to James Stronge to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of John 
Mayne in Broadway, Somersett 8 May 

The howse of Dorcas Standerwick in White Lackington, Somersett 
Pr. Meeting Place. 8 May 

The house of Rob. Carter in the Parish of Ashill, Somersett Pr. Meet- 
ing Place. 8 May 

The howse of John Mayne in the Parish of Broadway, Somersett 
Pr. Meeting Place. 8 May 



E (87). 

Licence to Thomas Safford to be a Pr. Teacher in the howses of Richard 

Gilling & Hannah Safford in Bicknaller, Somersett 8 May 72 
The howse of Hannah Safford in the Parish of Bicknaller, Somersett 

Pr. Meeting Place. 8 May 
Licence to D r W m Bates of London to be a Grail Pr. Teacher 

8 May 1672 
Mistoll howse in the Parish of Chartham in Kent Pr. Meeting Place 

8. May 72. 
Licence to Sam: Hieron to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of John 

Vigions in Molash Kent. 8 May 72 
The howse of Thomas Marchwicke in Wye in Kent Presb. Meeting 

Place 8 May 72 
The howse of James Vigion in Molash Kent Pr. Meeting Place. 

8 May 72 
The howse of Widow Banbury in Wye in Kent Pr. Meeting Place. 

8 May 72. 
'1 'he howse of George Lorkhft at Hameshill in the Parish of Bridekirke 

Cumberland. 8 May 72. 
Licence to George Larkham to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in 

Hameshill in the Parish of Bridekirke, Cumberland 8 May 72. 



S. P. T>om. E. 5. 3 8a 469 

E (88). 

The howse of . . . Mowcock in Chattham Pr. Meeting Place. 

8 May 72. 
Licence to Ben: Bowyer to be an Anab. Teacher in the howse of . . . 

Mowcock in Chattham. 8 May 
Licence to Sam: Loveday to be an Anab. Teacher in the howse of 

Ed: Whiston in East Smithfield, Middl. 8 May 
The howse of Ed: Whiston in East Smithfield Anab. Meeting Place. 

8. May 72. 
licence to Thomas Kent to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of W 

Arms in Cranfleld, Middl. 8 May 72. 
The howse of W m Arms in Cranfield Bedford Congr. Meeting Place. 

8 May. 
'he howse of John Donne & George Fowler in Kaishow Bedford 

Congr. Meeting Place. 8 May 72. 
The howse of W m Jarvis in Ridgement, Bedford Congr. Meeting 

Place 8 May 72. 
The howse of Geo: Palmer in Cranfield, Bedford Congr. Meeting 

Place. 8 May 72. 
Licence to W m Jarvis to be a Congr. Teacher in his own howse in 

Ridgement, & Geo: Palmers in Cranfield, Bedford. 8 May 
The howse of Jeremiah French in Bradford Abbas Dorsett Pr. Meeting 

Place. 8 May. 72. 



E (89). 

Licence to Jeremiah French to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at Brad- 
ford Abbas, Dorsett. 8 May 72. 
Licence to . . . Saunders to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of W m 

Wood in Tiverton, Devon 8 May 72. 
The howse of W m Wood in Tiverton Devon Pr. Meeting Place 

8 May 72. 
The howse of Thomas Browning in Rothwell, Northampton Congr. 

Meeting Place 8 May 
The howse of . . . Hutton Esq r at Popleton in Yorkeshire Pr Meeting 

Place. 8 May 72. 
The howse of John Gunn in Weatherfield in Essex Pr. Meeting Place 

8 May 72. 
A howse near the Colledge in Manchester in Lancashire Pr. Meeting 

Place. 8 May 72. 
Licence to Henry Vaughan of Spittlefields, London to be a Grail Pr. 

Teacher. 8 May 
The howse of John Overton in Dancott, Northampton Congr. Meeting 

Place. 8 May 72 
Licence to Ralph Punn to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of John 

Overton in Dancott, Northampton. 8 May 
Licence to John Starke to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of Rob. 

Smith in Sileham, Suffolk. 8 May. 



47o S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 

E (90). 

The howse of Stephen Hamblin in Pusham Norfolk Congr. Meeting 

Place. 8 May 72 
Licence to Sam: Manning to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

Stephen Hamblin in Pusha, Norfolk. 8 May 
The howse of John Senly in Topsham Devon Pr. Meeting; Place. 

8 May. 
The howse of Edw: Rosseter in Taunton Somersett Pr. Meeting Place 

8 May. 
The howse of Samuel Taylor in Wem, Shropshire Pr. Meeting; Place 

8 May 
The howse of John Hucker in Taunton, Somersett Pr. Meeting Place 

8 May. 
The howse of Rob. Smith in Sileha in Suffolk Cong;r. Meeting Place. 

8 May. 
Licence to Augustine Plumstead of Norfolk to be a Grail Pr. Teacher 

8 May. 
The howse of Thomas Warren in the Parish of Otterford Somersett Pr. 

Meeting Place. 8 May. 
Licence to Edw: Lawrence in Spittlefields to be a Grail Pr. Teacher. 

8 May. 
Licence to John Donne to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse & Geo. 

Fowlers in Kaishow, Bedford 8 May. 



E (01). 

The howse of Geo: Fowler in Walsall, Staffordshire to be a Pr. Meeting; 

Place. 8 May 
Licence to Sam: Taylor to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Wem 

8 May. 
The howse of Edw. Eves of Walsall, Stafford Pr. Meeting Place. 8 May. 
The howse of Eliz. Deale in Walsall, Stafford Pr. Meeting Place 

8 May 
Licence to Richard Bell to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Edw: Eves, 

George Fowler & Eliz. Deale of Walsall, Staffordshire 8 May 72. 
The howse of Isack Carter at Watisfield, Suffolk Pr. Meeting Place 

8 May 72. 
The howse of Sam: Baker at Watsfield, Suffolk Congr. Meeting; Place 

8 May. 
Licence to Thomas Benton to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

Isack Charter in Watisfield, in Suffolk 8 May 
The house of Sam: Pettaugh Wortwell cum Alburgh, Norfolk. Congr. 

Meeting Place 8 May. 
Licence to Sam: Pettaugh to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in Wort- 
well cum Alburgh, Norfolk 8 May. 



E (92). 

The howse of Rob. Primrose in Denton, Norfolk Congr. Meeting 
Place 8 May 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 471 

E (92) continued. 

Licence to W m Bidbank to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of Rob. 

Primerose in Denton, Norfolk 8 May. 
The howse called the White Fryers in Chester Pr. Meeting Place. 

8 May 
Licence to W m Cooke to be a Pr. Teacher in a howse called the White 

Fryars in Chester 8 May 72. 
The howse of Richard Macgesson in Stone Street in Okley Surrey Pr. 

Meeting Place 8 May 72. 
The howse of Widow Knight in Southampton Pr. Meeting Place 

8 May. 
Reb Moorewoods howse in Selby Yorkeshire Pr. Meeting Place 8 May. 
The howse of Rob. Blunt in Alnewick Northumberland Pr. Meeting 

Place 8 May 72. 
Licence to Rob. Blunt to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at Alnewick in 

Northumberland 8 May. 
Licence to Matthias Pemberton of Fan Church Street London to be a 

Grail Pr. Teacher 8 May. 
The howse of Richard Gilling in the Parish of Bicknaller Somersett to 

be a Pr. Meeting Place 8 May. 



E (93). 

The howse of Josias Roughead in y e Towne Bedford Congr. Meeting 

Place. 9 May 
Licence to John Bunyon to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of Josias 

Roughead 9 May Bedford. 
Licence to Nathaniel Alcock to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

John Tingey in Ford End, Bedford 9 May 
The howse of John Tingey in Ford end, Bedford Congr. Meeting 

Place. 9 May 
The lake howse Barn in Blunham, Bedford Congr. Meeting Place. 

9 May 
Licence to John Wright to be a Congr. Teacher in the lake howse 

Barn in Blunham, Bedford. 9 May 
Licence to John Bernard to be an Anab. Teacher in Rich: Humphrey's 

howse in Gadbrooke, Surrey. 9 May 
Licence to W m Burnett to be an Anab. Teacher in the howse of W m 

Longhust in Chersey, Surrey 9 May 
The howse of Richard Humphrey in Gadbrook Surrey Anab. Meeting 

Place. 9 May 
The howse of W m Longhust in Chersey, Surrey Anab. Meeting 

Place. 9 May 
The howse of . . . Powell in Lincolne Pr. Meeting Place. 



E (94). 

The howse of Ann Harris in Lower Deale Kent Presb. & Congr. 
Meeting Place. 9 May 



472 S. P. Tfom. E. B. 3 8a 

E (94) continued. 

The howse of Constant Woodman in Deale Kent Pr. & Congr. 

Meeting Place. 9 May 
The howse of John Reeve in Chelmesford, Essex Pr. Meeting Place. 

9 May 
Licence to John Reeve to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Chelmes- 
ford, Essex. 9 May 
Licence to Christopher Wrag to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in little 

Waltham, Essex. 9 May 
The howse of Christopher Wrag in little Waltham Essex Pr. Meeting 

Place. 9 May 
Licence to John Oakes to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Little 

Baddow in Essex. 9 May 
The howse of John Oakes in little Baddow, Essex Pr. Meeting Place. 

9 May 
The howse of M r Harris in Margeting, Essex Pr. Meeting Place. 

9 May 
Licence to James Abdy to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of M r Powell 

in Lincolne. 9 May 
Licence to John Hopping of Cristow in Devon to be a Graft Pr. 

Teacher. 9 May 



E (95). 

Licence to Thomas Buxton to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

W m Wilcox in Coventry. 9 May 
Licence to Abel Collyer to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of John 

Boun in Coventry. 9 May 
The howse of W m Wilcox in Coventry Congr. Meeting Place. 9 May 
The howse of Richard Cranwell in Coventry Congr. Meeting Place. 

9 May 
The howse of John Boun in Coventry Congr. Meeting Place. 9 May 
The howse of John Crichlowe in Coventry Congr. Meeting Place. 

9 May 
The howse of W m Haudon in Sherborne Yorkeshire Presb. Meeting 

Place. 9 May 
Licence to W m Haudon to be a Presb. Teacher in his howse in Sher- 
borne, Yorkeshire 9 May 
Licence to John Crouch to be a -Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

Thomas Fissenden, in Lewes Sussex. 9 May 
The howse of John Lover in Lewes, Sussex Congr. Meeting Place. 

9 May 
The howse of Thomas Fissenden junior in Lewes Sussex Congr. 
Meeting Place. 9 May 



E (96). 

Licence to John Lover to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in Lewes, 
Sussex 9 May 



I 



S. P. Tfom. E. B. 3 8a 473 

E (96) continued. 

Licence to W m Troy to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in 

Odington, Glocestr 9 May 
The howse of W m Troy in Odington, Glocestr. Congr. Meeting Place. 

9 May 
Licence to Rob. Otteway to be an Indep. Teacher in his howse in 

Beckles, Suffolk. 9 May 
The howse of Rob. Otteway in Beeckles, Suffolk Ind. Meeting Place. 

9 May 
The howse of Geo: Shirts in Chappell Le Frith Darbyshire Presb. 

Meeting Place. 9 May 
Licence to W m Bagshaw to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Geo: 

Shirts in Chappell le Frith Darbyshire 9 May 
The howse of Mark Facy in Bridgrule, Cornwall Pr. Meeting Place. 

9 May 
The howse of James Shepheard in Bridgrule, Cornwall Pr. Meeting 

Place. 9 May 
The howse of James Moyt in Stratton Cornwall Presb. Meeting Place. 

9 May 
The howse of Andrew Lakes in Ford in Chevelstone Parish Devon Pr. 

Meeting Place. 9 May 



E (97). 

The howse of Anthony Budd in Great Torrington, Devon Pr. & Ind. 

Meeting Place. 9 May 
Licence to Pte Grcve in Grubb street in Cripplegate Parish, London 

Graft Pr. Teacher. 9 May 
The howse of W m Venner in Chittle Hampton Parish Devon Pr. 

Meeting Place. 9 May 
The howse of Jane French in Sidmeuth, Devon Presb. & Ind. Meeting 

Place. 9 May 
Licence to John Musgrove to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of 

Valentine Brown in Netherstoway, Somersett 9 May 
The howse of Rob. Burnall in the Parish of Stockland, Somersett 

Pr. Meeting Place. 9 May 
The howse of Valentine Brown in the Parish of Netherstoway, 

Somersett Pr. Meeting Place. 9 May 
The howse of John Galpin in Ashpriors, Somersett Pr. Meeting Place. 

9 May 
Licence to W m Donne of Old Weston, Huntingdon to be a Grail 

Pr. Teacher. 9 May 
Licence to Roger Flammack to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in 

Guendron, Cornwall. 9 May 
The howse of Geo: Flammack in Guendron, Cornwall Pr. Meeting 

Place. 9 May. 



474 & P- "Dom. E. B. 3 8a 

E (98). 

The howse of . . . Cuttler near Limestreet, London Pr. Meeting Place. 

9 May 
Licence to Obadiah Wills of the Devizes Wilts to be a Grail Congr. 

Teacher. 30. Apr. 72. 
Adam Pearses howse in Exoii. Anab. Meeting Place. 9 May 72. 
Licence to Sam: Peakman to be a Grail Pr. Teacher of White Chappell, 

London. 10 May 72. 
Licence to Rich: Bunny to be an Anab. Teacher in the howse of 

John Dozell in Whit Church in Southampton. 13 May 
The howse of John Dozzell in Whit Church in Southampton Anab. 

Meeting Place. 13 May 
The howse of Nathaniel Bayly in Marleborugh Wilts Anab. Meeting 

Place. 13 May 
Licence to W m Hughes to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in Marie- 
borough, Wilts. 13 May 
The howse of W m Hughes in Marleborough, Wilts Congr. Meeting 

Place. 13 May 
Licence to John Dan of S fc Martin's Westminster to be a Pr. Teacher 

Grail. 13 May 



E (99). 

Licence to Rob. Perrott of Grubb Street London to be a Grail Pr. 

Teacher. 13 May 
The howse of Richard Baker in Kingsbridge, Devon Pr. Meeting 

Place. 13 May 
The howse of Roger More in Great Torrington, Devon Pr. & Ind. 

Meeting Place. 13 May 
Licence to John Donkinson of York to be a Grail Pr. Teacher. 

13 May 
The howse of W m Yeo in Newton Abbott Devon Presb. Meeting 

Place. 13 May 
Licence to John Frayling [Freeme] to be an Ind. Teacher in the howse 

of Edw: Hope jun r in the Devizes in Wilts 13 May 
The howse of Ed: Hope in the Devices Wilts. Ind. Meeting Place. 

13 May 
The howse of George Capel in Tinmouth Devon [erased] North: Pr. 

Meeting Place. 13 May 
Licence to Sam: Mayne of Holsworthy, Devon to be a Grail Pr. 

Teacher. 13 May 
The howse of Alice Haw in Wokinghft, Berks Pr. Meeting Place. 

13 May. 
Licence to Benj. Perkins to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in 

Wokingham Berks. 13 May 



E (100). 

The howse of Benj. Perkins in Wokingham, Pr. Meeting Place. 
13 May 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 475 

E (100) continued. 

Licence to W m Manning to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in 

Peasenhall, Suffolke: 13 May 
Licence to John Manning to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in 

Peasenhall in Suffolk. 13 May- 
Licence to Sam: Manning to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in 

Walpool, Suffolke. 13 May 
Licence to Rob. Smith to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of Joseph 

Gilder in Wesselton, Suffolk. 13 May 
The howse of W m Manning in Peasenhall in Suffolk Congr. Meeting 

Place. 13 May 
The howse of John Manning in Peasenhall, Suffolk Congr. Meeting 

Place. 13 May 
The howse of Sam: Manning in Walpool in Suffolk Congr. Meeting 

Place. 13 May 
The howse of Joseph Gilder in Wosselton, Suffolk Congr. Meeting 

Place. 13 May 
The howse of Cuthbert Cotesworth in the Westpans near South Sheeles, 

Durrham, Pr. Meeting Place, 13 May 
The howse of Isabel Green in North Sheeles in Durrha Pr. Meeting 

Place. 13 May 



E (101). 

The howse of Matthew Alflatt in Bath, Somersett Pr. Meeting Place 

13 May 
Licence to Matthew Alflatt to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Bath. 

13 May 
Licence to Thomas Pycke to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Blacklee 

in Lancashire 13 May 
The howse of Thomas Pycke in Blacklee, Lancashire Pr. Meeting 

Place. 13 May 
The howse of W m Gough at Stoke in Wilts Pr. Meeting Place. 1 3 May. 
Licence to Simon Barrett of Lamborne in Berks to be a Grail Pr. 

Teacher. 13 May 
Licence to Henry Dent of Rombsbury, Wilts to be a Grail Pr. Teacher. 

13 May 
Licence to W m Gough to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Stoke, 

Wilts. 13 May" 
Licence to John Crofts to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Fran: 

Fines in Newton Tony Wilts. 13 May 
The howse of Fran: Fines in Newton Tony Wilts Pr. Meeting Place. 

13 May 
The Meeting howse in Totnes, Devon, Congr. Meeting Place. 13 May 



E (102). 

The howse of Rich: Batchelour in the Rectory of Eastwoodhay & Ash- 

mansworth in Southampton. Presb. Meeting Place. 13 May 
Licence to Rich: Batchelour to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in the 

Rectory of Eastwoodhay & Ashmansworth Southampton. 13 May 



476 S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 

E {102) continued. 

The howse of Edw: Fanner in Newbury, Berks Pr. Meeting Place. 

13 May 
Licence to Edw. Fanner to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Newbury, 

Berks. 13 May 
Licence to Thomas Nuttall to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Rend- 

ham, Suffolk. 13 May 
The howse of Rich: Hunt in Reading, Berks Pr. & Ind. Meeting 

Place. 13 May 
Licence to Peter Johnson to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of 

W m Petkins in Margatte, Kent. 13 May 
The howse of W m Petkins in Margatte Kent. Pr. Meeting Place. 

13 May 
The howse of Rob. Smith in the Isle of Tenant Kent Pr. Meeting 

Place. 13 May 
The howse of Nicholas Eveleigh in Exofi Congr. Meeting Place. 

13 May 

E (103). 

The howse of Matthew Ellisson at the Grange, in little Coggeshall, 

Essex. 13 May 
Licence to Matth. Ellisson to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at the 

Grange in little Coggeshall, Essex. 13 May 
Licence to W m Houghton to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in 

Swannick, Southampton. 13 May 
Licence to Thomas Gare of little Brittaine, London to be a Grail 

Pr. Teacher. 13 May 
Licence to John Rowe of Shobrook, Devon to be a Grail Pr. Teacher. 

13 May 
Like to John Deyor in the Parish of Mortlock, Somersett 13 May 
Like to George Bisse of Mortlock. 13 May 
Like to John Foldoe Chippen Barnet Berks. 13 May 
Licence to Rich: Upjohn to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse at 

Weston near Southampton. 13 May 
The howse of W m Houghton in Swannick, Southampton Congr. 

Meeting Place. 13 May 
The howse of Richard Upjohn at Weston, near Southampton Congr. 

Meeting Place. 13 May 
The howse of Thomas Nuttall in Rendham, Suffolk Pr. Meeting Place. 

13 May 

E .04). 

The howse of Sam: Mayne in Holsworthy, Devon Pr. Meeting Place. 

30. Apr. 72. 
The howse of Edmund Frost in Hunston, Suffolk Pr. Meeting Place. 

13 May 

nee to James Waller to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Ed. Frost 

in Hunston, Suffolk 13 May 
The howse of Sam: Waul in Darby Pr. Meeting Place. 13 May 
The howse of Thomas Sleigh in Darby Presb. Meeting Place. 13 May 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 477 

E (104) continued. 

Licence to John Oatfield to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Thomas 

Sleigh in Darby 13 May 
Licence to Luke Cranwell to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Sam: 

Ward in Darby. 13 May 
The howse of W m Good in Stowes Provest in Dorsett Pr. Meeting 

Place. 13 May 
The howse of Joseph Ward in Shaston, Dorsett, Pr. Meeting Place. 

13 May 
The howse of John Hussey Esq r at Wolcomb in Dorsett Pr. Meeting 

Place. 13 May 
The howse of Rob. Grove at Ferme in Wilts Pr. Meeting Place. 

13 May 

E (105). 

Licence to Arthur Barha" to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Hackney 

in Middlesex 13 May 
The howse of Arthur Barha in Hackney Middl. Pr. Meeting Place. 

13 May 
The howse of John Garnet in Kendall, Westmerland Pr. Meeting 

Place. 13 May 
Licence to Thomas Whithead to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of 

John Garnett in Kendall Westmerland. 13 May 
Licence to John Rogers of Lartington, Yorkeshire to be a Grail 

Pr. Teacher. 13 May 
Like to John Bidly of White Cogne in Essex. 13 May 
The howse of Joseph Aders in Haverhill, Suffolk Pr. Meeting Place. 

13 May 
The howse of Humphrey Alders in S 1 Olaves Southwark Pr. Meeting 

Place. 13 May 
Licence to Stephen Scandrett to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of 

Joseph Aders in Haverill, Suffolk 13 May 
Licence to W m Turton to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Joseph 

Wade in Stafford 13 May 
The howse of Joseph Wade in Stafford Pr. Meeting Place. 13 May 



E (106). 

Licence to Rich: Wale to be an Anab. Teacher in his howse in Pinch- 

becke, Lincolne. 13 May 
The howse of Rich: Wale in Pinchbecke, Lincoln Anab. Meeting 

Place. 13 May 
The howse of W m Hardmente in Longborough Leicestershire Pr. 

Meeting Place. 13 May 
Licence to W m Smith to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Diseworth 

Grange, Leicester 13 May 
Licence to Thomas Ford to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Rich: 

Clerke in Burtnon Trent Stafford. 13 May 
Licence to Ferdinando Poole to be a Pr. Teacher in W m Hardmentes 

howse in Longborough, Leic. 13 May 



478 S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 

E (106) contii: 

The howse of W m Smith at Diseworth Grange in Leicestershire Pr. 

Meeting Place. 13 May 
The howse of Rich: Clarke in Burtnon Trent Pr. Meeting Place. 

13 May 
The howse of Jane Machin in Stoke Parish in Stafford Pr. Meeting 

Place. 13 May 
The howse of John Hughes at Wilxham, Denbigh Pr. Meeting Place. 

13 May 



E (107). 

The howse of Andrew Barnett in Asbury Parish, Cheshire Pr. Meeting 

Place. 13 May 
Licence to Andrew Barnett to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Asbury 

Parish, Cheshire. 13 May 
The howse of Charles Doughty in Salop Pr. Meeting Place. 1 3 May 
Licence to John Bryan to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Charles 

Doughty in Salop 13 May 
The howse of W m Fletcher in the Parish of St. Pancrosse in Chichester, 

Sussex Anab. Meeting Place. 13 May 
Licence to Upton to be an Anab. Teacher" in the howse of W m 

Fletcher in S l Pancrosse Parish Chichester. 13 May 
Licence to W m Fletcher to be a Anab. Teacher in his howse in S k 

Pancrosse Parish Chichester 13 May 
Licence to Hezekiah Woodward to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of 

W m Nicoll in the Parish of Uxbridge Middlesex. 13 May 
Licence to Rob. Hall to be an Ind. Teacher in the howse of Richard 

Biscoe in Uxbridge Parish Midd. 13 May 
Licence to Hugh Buttler to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of John 

Crowder in Uxbridge Parish, Middlesex. 13 May 



E (108). 

The howse of W m Nicoll in the Parish of Uxbridge Middl. Pr. Meet- 
ing Place. 13 May 
The howse of Rich: Biscoe in the Parish of Uxbridge Middl. Ind. 

Meeting Place. 13 May 
The howse of John Crowder in the Parish of Uxbridge Middl. Pr. 

Meeting Place. 13 May 
The howse of Rich: Barnes in Willingborough Northampton Congr. 

Meeting Place. 13 May 
The howse of Vincent Alsop in Gedington, Northampton Congr. 

Meeting Place. 13 May 
Licence to Stickland Negus to be a Congr. Teacher in Rich: Barnes 

howse in Willingborough, Northton 13 May 
The howse of John Morton in Ringstead Northton. Pr. Meeting 

Place. 1 3 May 
Licence to Vincent Alsop to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in Geil- 

ington, Northton 13 May 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 479 



E (108) continued. 

Licence to John Willes to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of John 

Morton in Ringstead, Northton. 13 May- 
Licence to Fran: Dandy to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Margarett 

Brooke in Okley Magna, Northton 13 May 
The howse of Margarett Brooke in Okley Magna, Northton. Pr. 

Meeting Place. 13 May 



E (109). 

Licence to Rich: Hooke to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in North- 
ampton Towne. 13 May 
The howse of Rich: Hooke in Northampton Pr. Meeting Place. 

13 May 
Licence to Rob. Ekins to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of Eliz. 

Mutsoe in Twywell, Northton. 13 May 
The howse of Eliz. Mutsoe in Twywell, Northton. Congr. Meeting 

Place. 13 May 
The howse of Grace Byles in Yarmouth in the Isle of Wight Ind. 

Meeting Place. 13 May 
Licence to John Martyn to be an Ind. Teacher in Grace Byles howse in 

Yarmouth in the Isle of Wight. 13 May 
Licence to Rich: Chidell of Roade in the Parish of Godshill in the Isle 

of Wight Pr. Graft Teacher. 1 3 May 
Like to John Smith in the Parish of S* Nicholas in the Isle of Wight. 

13 May 
Like to W m Durant Congreg 11 of Newcastle. 13 May 
Like to John Pringle Pr. of Newcastle. 13 May 
Like to John Gilpin of New Castle. 13 May 
Like to Henry Lever of New Castle. 13 May 
Like to Stephen Martin of East Grinstead, Sussex 13 May 



E (110). 

Licence to Rich: Bickle; to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Sam: 

Cabell in the Parish of Buckfastleigh Devon. 13 May 
The howse of Sam: Cabell in the Parish of Buckfastleigh Devon Pr. 

Meeting Place. 13 May 
Licence to John James to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Staynes, 

Middl. 13 May 
The howse of John James in Staynes Middl. Pr. Meeting Place. 

13 May 
The howse of W m Warha in Sunderland, Durrha Pr. Meeting Place. 

13 May 
Licence to Ralph Wickliffe to be a Pr. Teacher in W m WarhS's howse 

in Sunderland, Durrha. 13 May 
The howse of David King in Kingstone Middl. Pr. Meeting Place. 

13 May 
Licence to Rich: Chantry to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in 

Smithby, Derby. 13 May 



480 S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 

E (110) continued. 

The howse of Rich: Chantry in Smithsby, Derby Pr. Meeting 

Place. 1 3 May 
The howse of Sam: Turke in Goudhurst in Kent Pr. Meeting Place. 

13 May 

E (111). 

The howse of Thomas Martyn in Plymouth, Devon Pr. Meeting 

Place. 13 May 
The howse of Rodbeard at Norton, Somersett Presb. Meeting 

Place. 13 May 
The howse of John Pitt at Norton, Somersett Presb. Meeting Place. 

13 May 
The howse of John Foldoe in Chipping Barnett, Hartford: Pr. Meet- 
ing Place. 13 May 
The howse of Richard Brown in Longdon, Stafford Pr. Meeting 

Place. 13 May 
Licence to Tho: Bakewell to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Rich: 

Brown in Longdon, Stafford. 13 May 
The howse of Griffin Bully in Reading, Berks. Pr. & Ind. Meeting 

Place. 13 May 
The howse of Richard Ellis in Reading, Berks Pr. & Ind. Meeting 

Place. 13 May 
The howse of Richard Tufton in Wittersham in Kent. Pr. Meeting 

Place. 13 May 
The howse of Daniel Audny in Laitonstone, Essex Pr. Meeting 

Place. 13 May 
Licence to Edw: Isaac to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of Gilb: 

Ashly in Godlington, Bedford. 13 May 



E (112). 

The howse of Gilb. Ashly in Godlington, Bed. Congr. Meeting 

Place. 13 May 
The howse of W m Harrison in the Parish of All Saints in Leedes Pr. 

Meeting Place. 13 May 
The howse of James Prickring in the Parish of St. Michael Leedes. 

Pr. Meeting Place. 13 May 
Licence to Ed: Newton to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of W m Harri- 
son in the Parish of All Saints Leedes 13 May 
Licence to John Pindar to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Rob. 

Sanfield in Reed in Suffolk. 13 May 
The of John Collyer in Couling, Suffolk Presb. Meeting 

Place. 13 May 
The howse of Rob. Sanfield in Reed in Suffolk Presb. Meeting Place* 

13 May 
Licence to W m Ames to be a Pr. Teacher in the Meeting howse in 

Wrentham, Suffolk 13 May 
The Meeting howse in Wrentham Suffolke licensed for Presb. 

13 May 



S. P. T)om. E. B. 3 8a 481 

E (112) continued. 

Licence to Christopher Snell to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in the 

Parish of East Grinsted, Sussex 13 May 
The howse of John Elliott in the Parish of Hartfield, Sussex Pr. 

Meeting Place. 13 May 



E (113). 

The howse of Henry Francknes in Hordlie, Sussex Pr. Meeting 
Place. 13 May 

The howse of Christopher Snell in the Parish of East Grinsted, 
Sussex 13 May 

The howse of Richard Whitcom in Hardwick, Salop Pr. Meeting 
Place. 13 May 

Licence to Josuah Barnett to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Rich: 
Whitcom in Hardwick, Salop. 13 May 

The howse of George Thwing in the Parish of Islington, Middl. Pr. 
Meeting Place. 13 May 

The howse of Barker in the Parish of Islington Middl. Pr. Meet- 
ing Place. 13 May 

The howse of Sam: Lee on Newington Green in the Parish of Isling- 
ton Pr. Meeting Place. 13 May 

Licence to Sam: Lee to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse on Newington 
Green in the Parish of Islington, Middl. 13 May 

The howse of Alice Hawker in Whitehill, Somersett Pr. Meeting 
Place. 13 May 

The howse of Rich: Hay ward in Weeke, Somersett Pr. Meeting 
Place. 13 May 

The howse of John Laver in Coat Somersett Pr. Meeting Place. 
13 May 



E (114). 

The howse of Thomas Cole in Henley upon Thames Congr. Meeting 

Place. 16 May 
Licence to Thomas Cole to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in 

Henley upon Thames. 16 May 
The howse of Dan: Andrews in the Parish of Low Clayton, Essex 

Pr. Meeting Place. 16 May. 
The howse of W m Ball in the Parish of S* Mary Somersett London 

Pr. Meeting Place 16 May. 
The howse of John Wells at Durington, Wilts Pr. Meeting Place 

16 May 
The howse of John Hulatt in Salisbury Pr. Meeting Place 16 May 
The Meeting howse in Chewbent Lancastr. Pr. Meeting Place 16 May 
The howse of James Wood in Chewbent Lancastr. Pr. Meeting Place 

16 May 
The howse of Geo: Leigh in Farnworth, Lancashire Pr. Meeting Place 

16 May 

3* 



482 S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 

E (114) continued. 

Licence to Humphrey Weaver to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in 

Crundall, Southampton. 16 May 
The howse of Humphrey Weaver in Crundall, Southampton Pr. Meeting 

Place 16 May 



E (115). 

The howse of Martin Morland at Hackney in Middlesex Pr. Meeting 

Place 16 May. 
Licence to Martin Morland to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in 

Hackney, Middl. 16 May 
The howse of John Forth in Hackney, Middlesex Pr. Meeting Place 

16 May 
Licence to W m Wickins to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of John Forth 

in Hackney in Middlesex 16 May. 
Licence to Fran: Keeling of Bast Church, Salop to be a Grail Pr. 

Teacher 16 May. 
The howse of Thomas Moore at Milton Abbas, Dorsett Pr. Meeting 

Place. 16 May. 
Licence to Thomas Moore to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Milton 

Abbas, Dorsett 16 May. 
The howse of Geo: Cokain in Red Crosse Street, London Congr. 

Meeting Place 16 May. 
Licence to Geo: Cokain to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in Red 

Crosse Street, London. 16 May. 
The howse of S r Bulstrod Whitelock at Chilton Lodge, Wilts Congr. 

Meeting Place. 16 May 
Licence to James Pearson to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of S r 

Bulstrode Whitelock at Chilton Lodge, Wilts 16 May. 
The howse of W m Love in the Parish of Cranebrook, Kent Pr. Meeting 

Place. 16 May. 



E (116). 

Licence to Rob. Traill to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of W m Love in 

Cranebrooke Parish, Kent 16 May. 
Licence to John Jackson to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of W m 

Bradley in Flintham, Nottingham 16 May. 
The howse of W m Bradley in Flintham, Nottingham Congr. Meeting 

Place 16 May. 
The howse of Eliz. Lindsey in Skegby, Nottingham Congr. Meeting 

Place 16 May. 

nee to Sam: Nowell to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

Jonathan Everard in Ashfield, Nottingham. 16 May 
The howse of Jonathan Everard in Ashfield, Nottingham Congr. Meeting 

Plice 16 May. 

howse of Thomas Gretton in Nottingham Congr. Meeting Place 

16 May. 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 483 



E (116) continued. 

The howse of Eliz: Reade in Bridelesmith gate in Nottingham Congr. 

Meeting Place. 16 May. 
Licence to John James to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of Eliz: 

Read in Bridelesmith gate in Nottingham 16 May. 
Licence to John Issot jun. to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in 

Hasbery, Yorke. 16 May. 
Licence for Dr. Nathan: Holmes to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse 

in Horshoe Alley in the Upper Morefeilds, London. 16 May 



E (117). 

The howse of D r Nathan: Holmes in Horseshoe Alley in the Upper 

Morefields, London Congr. Meeting Place. 16 May. 
Licence to Edw: Hancocke of Horfield, Glocester to be a Grail Pr. 

Teacher. 16 May 
Like to W m Lucker of Bridlington, Yorke. 16 May. 
Like to Corn: Todd of Healey Manour, Yorke 16 May. 
Licence to Gab: Sangar to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Widow 

Lloyd in the Strand, London 16 May 
The howse of John Daberon in the Parish of Walton upon Thames in 

Surrey Pr. Meeting Place. 16 May 
The howse of Dame Woolfrey in Winterburne Kingston, Dorsett Pr. 

Meeting Place 16 May. 
The howse of John Dammer in Cerne, Dorsett Pr. Meeting Place 

16 May. 
The howse of Dorothy Chaplain in Trinity Parish in Wareham, 

Dorsett Pr. Meeting Place. 16 May. 
Licence to Peter Sterry to be a Pr. Teacher in Edw. Bushell's howse in 

Hackney, Middl. 16 May. 
The howse of John Perry in Filpott lane, London Pr. Meeting Place 

16 May. 
The howse of Edw: Bushell in Hackney Middl. Pr. Meeting Place. 

16 May. 
The howse of Jeremy Holwey in Cornestreet, Bristoll Congr. Meeting 

Place 16 May. 



E (118). 

Licence to St. Hawthorne to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in 

Turvy, Bedford. 16 May 72. 
Licence to John Allen to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of Widow 

Read in Steventon, Bed. 16 May 72 
Licence to Dan: Negoos to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of Rob: 

Clare in Puvenha, Bedford. 16 May 72 
The howse of Rob: Clare in Puvenham, Bedford Congr. Meeting Place. 

16 May 
The howse of Anne Elmes in Warmington, Northton Pr. Meeting 

Place 16 May. 

3i 2 



484 S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 

E (118) continued. 

The howseof Matthew Orlebar in Polebrooke Northampton Pr. Meeting 

Place 16 May. 
The howse of John Maydwell in Kettering, Northton Presb. Meeting 

Place 16 May. 
The howse of Sam: Whitbye in Great Addington, Northton Pr. Meeting 

Place 16 May. 
The howse of Rob. Maunsell in Newton, Northton Pr. Meeting Place 

16 May. 
The howse of M r Pheasant in Westlaughton Leic. Pr. Meeting Place 

16 May. 
Licence to John Rowlett to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Anne 

Elmes in Warmington, Northton. 16 May. 



E (119). 

Licence to Nathan: Whiting to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

the Lady Pickering in Tichmarsh Northton. 1 6 May 
Licence to Matthew Orlebar to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Pole- 
brook, Northton 16 May. 
The howse of Thomas Finden in Okeley Bed. Congr. Meeting Place. 

16 May. 
The howse of John Baxter in Kempston, Bedford Congr. Meeting Place 

16 May. 
The howse of Frances Whiteman in Cardington, Bedford Congr. 

Meeting Place. 16 May 
The howse of W m Man in Stadgedon, Bedf. Congr. Meeting Place 

16 May. 
The howse of W m Flaxey in Hames Bedforcf Congr. Meeting Place 

16 May 
The howse of Sarah Tomkins in Maulden, Bedford Congr. Meeting 

Place 16 May. 
The howse of George Pridden in Edworth, Bedford Congr. Meeting 

Place. 16 May 
The howse of Stephen Hawthorn in Turvy, Bedford Congr. Meeting 

Place 16 May. 
The howse of Widow Reade in Steventon, Bedford Congr. Meeting 

Place 16 May. 
Licence to Thomas Cooper to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of W m 

Finden in Okeley, Bedford 16 May 72. 



E (120) 

Licence to John Senester to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of John 
Baxter in Kempston, Bed. 16 May. 

Licence to John Whiteman to be a Congr. Teacher in Frances White- 
mans' barnc in Cardington, Bed. 16 May. 

Licence to John Fenne to be a Congr. Teacher in the how 
W ra Man in Stadgedon, Bedford. 16 May. 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 485 



E {120) continued. 

Licence to Sam: Fenne to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of W m 

Maxey in Hames, Bedford 16 May. 
Licence to Nehemiah Coxe to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

Sarah Tomkins in Maulden Bed. 16 May. 
Licence to Edw: Dent to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of Geo: 

Priddon in Edworth, Bedf. 16 May. 
The howse of John Issott jun. of Harbery, York to be a Congr. Meet- 
ing Place 16 May. 
Licence to Benj : Berry to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Abr. Scaly 

in the Parish of Trull, Somersett 16 May 
The howse of Abraham Sealy in the Parish of Trull Somersett Pr. 

Meeting Place 16 May. 
The howse of Francis Stickland in the Parish of Trull Somersett Pr. 

Meeting Place. 16 May 
The howse of Widow Lloyd in the Strand, London Pr. Meeting Place 

16 May. 

E (121). 

Licence to W m Cooke to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

Anthony Henthorne in Chester. 16 May. 
The howse of Anthony Henthorne in Chester Congr. Meeting Place 

16 May. 
The howse of Thomas Chesman in the Parish of East Ilsley, Berks 

Pr. Meeting Place. 16 May. 
The howse of Rob: Hacche in the Parish of Saterley, Devon Pr. 

Meeting Place 16 May. 
Licence to Lewis Hacche to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Rob: 

Hacche in Saterley, Devon. 16 May 
Licence to Tho: Chesman to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in the 

Parish of East Ilsley, Berks. 1 6 May. 
The howse of George Primerose in Tedston de la Mere, Hereford, 

Pr. Meeting Place. 16 May. 
The howse of Thomas Seaborne in Hereford Pr. Meeting Place. 

16 May 
The howse of Cfttian Hood in Longdon, Stafford Pr. Meeting Place 

16 May. 
The howse of Ed. Brughton in Longdon, Stafford Pr. Meeting Place. 

16 May 
The howse of Widow Fleetwood at Chulfoat Gile, Bucks Congr. 

Meeting Place. 16 May 



E (122). 

Licence to Edw: Terry to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of Anne 

Fleetwood in Chalfont Gile, Bucks 16 May 
The howse of Rob: Stokely at Warboy, Huntingdon Anab. Meeting 

Place. 16 May 
Licence to Thomas Chapman to be an Anab. Teacher in the howse of 

Rob. Stokely at Warboy, Hunting. 16 May 



486 S. P. T)om. E. B. 3 8a 

E (122) -continued. 

The howse of John Denny at S* Ives Huntings Anab. Meeting Place. 

16 May 
Licence to John Denn to be an Anab. Teacher in his howse at S 1 Ives, 

Huntingd. 16 May 
Licence to John Lacy to be an Anab. Teacher in the howse of Widow 

Weedon at Gormonchester, Huntingd. 16 May 
The howse of Widow Weeden at Gormonchester, Huntings Anab. 

Meeting Place. 16 May 
Licence to Thomas Gates to be an Anab. Teacher in his howse at 

Ellington, Huntingd 16 May 
The howse of Thomas Gates at Ellington, Huntingd: Anab. Meeting 

Place. 16 May 
Licence to Edm: Moyle to be an Anab. Teacher in the howse of 

Edm: Male at Feny Stanton, Huntingd. 16 May 
The howse of Edm. Male at Feny Stanton, Huntingd". Anab. Meeting 

Place. 16 May 



E (123). 

The howse of W m Cranford at Over in Camfer Anab. Meeting Place. 

16 May 
Licence to Rob: Cole to be an Anab. Teacher in the howse of W m 

Cranford at Over Cambr. 16 May 
Licence to Thomas Waller of Swaffan Prior in Cambr. to be a Graft 

Anab. Teacher. 16 May 
The howse of Tho: Waller of Swaftam Prior in Cambr. Anab Meeting 

Place. 16 May 
The howse of W m Davis at Trumpington, Cambr Anab. Meeting 

Place. 16 May 
Licence to Gyles Taylor of Trumpington, Cambr to be a Gratt Anab. 

Teacher. 16 May 
Like to W m Hamerston of Harston Cambr. 16 May 
Like to Benj: Medcalfe of Melbourne Cambr. 16 May 
Like to Edm: Smith of Marsh, Cambr. 16 May 
Like to Tho: Taylor of Wisbich, Cambr. 16 May 
Like to W m Blackburn of Ely, Cambr. 16 May 
Like to Abr. Coe of Stretham Cambr. 16 May 
Like to Edw: Hancock of Wellbrum Magna Cambr. 16 May 
The howse of John Denny in Wellbrum Magna, Cambr. Anab. Meet- 
ing Place. 16 May 



E (124). 

Like for the howse of Thomas Gotobed at Stretham, Cambr. 16 May 

Like for the howse of Widow Sherwood at Ely 16 May 

Like for the howse of Thomas Meeres at March Cambr. 16 May 

Like for the howse of Josuah Johnson at Wisbich, Cambr 16 May 

Like for the howse of Widow Pate at Harston, Cambr. 16 May 

Like for the howse of Benj: Medcalfe of Melbourne, Cambr. 16 May 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 487 

E (124)- continued. 

Licence to Dudley Rider of Woolby Warw. to be a GraH Pr. Teacher. 

16 May 
Like to James Briscoe of Toxtell Parke, Lancashire. 16 May 
The howse of Is. Bedford at Clifton, Bedford Ind. Meeting Place. 

16 May 
Is. Bedford to be an Ind. Teacher in his howse in Clifton. 16 May 
The howse of W m Green in Topsha, Devon Presb. Meeting Place. 

16 May 
The howse of John Barker in Litchfield, Stafford Pr. Meeting Place. 

16 May 
Licence to Dan. Dich to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of David 

Joanes in the Parish of St. Butald Bishopsgate. 16 May 



E (125). 

The howse of David Joanes in the Parish of St. Butald Bishopsgate 

Pr. Meeting Place. 16 May 
The howse of Bartholomew Tull in Wantage Parish, Berks Presb. 

Meeting Place. 16 May 
The howse of Aaron Joanes in Wantage Parish, Berks Pr. Meeting 

Place. 16 May 
Licence to Bartholomew Tull to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in the 

Parish of Wantage, Berks 16 May 
Licence to Rob: Kent to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Aaron 

Joanes in Wantage, Berks. 16 May 
The howse of Phil. Bernard in Andover, Hants Pr. Meeting Place. 

16 May 
The howse of Rich: Ventham in Andover, Hants Ind. Meeting 

Place. 16 May 
Licence to Peter Aspinwall to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of John 

Robinson in Ashton, Lancastr. 16 May 
The howse of John Robinson in Ashton, Lancastr. Pr. Meeting 

Place. 16 May 
Licence to John Luffe of S l Mary Magd: Parish, Surrey to be a Graft 

Pr. Teacher. 16 May 
The howse of John Gostlett in Marshfield, Glocester Pr. Meeting 

Place. 16 May 



E (126). 

Licence to John Goffe to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Ruth Roke- 

life in the Parish of Stalbridge, Dorsett. 16 May 
Licence to John Hall to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in Thornton 

in the Parish of Bradford, Yorkeshire 16 May 
The howse of W m Webber in the Parish of Sampford Peverell, Devon 

Congr. Meeting Place. 16 May 
The howse of Ruth Rokelife, in the Parish of Stalbridge, Dorsett. 

16 May 
The Brick howse in Leeds Briggate in Yorkeshire Pr. Meeting Place. 

16 May 



488 S. P. Tfom. E. B. 3 8a 

E (126) continued. 

The howse of Joseph Dawson in the Parish of Hallifax, Yorkeshire Pr. 

Meeting Place. 16 May- 
Licence to Joseph Dawson to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in the 

Parish of Hallifax, Yorkeshire. 16 May 
Licence to Christopher Scott to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Rob: 

Buttler in Prettlewell, Essex 16 May 
The howse of Rob: Buttler in Prettlewell, Essex. Pr. Meeting Place. 

16 May 
The howse of John Hall in the Parish of Bradford, Yorkeshire Pr. 

Meeting Place. 16 May 
The howse of Geo: Ward in the Parish of Bradford Yorkeshire Congr. 

Meeting Place. 16 May 
Licence to Geo: Ward to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in the 

Parish of Bradford, Yorkeshire. 16 May 



E (127). 

The howse of John Balme in the Parish of Bradford, Yorkeshire Congr. 

Meeting Place. 16 May 
Licence to Mich: Drake to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Fulbeck, 

Lincolne. 16 May 
Like to John Birkett to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Swinderby, 

Lincolne 16 May 
Like to Joseph Lee in the howse of Edw: King in Ashby de la laund, 

Lincolne. 16 May 
Like to John Wright in the howse of the Lady Berry in Linwood, 

Lincoln 16 May 
Like to Rich: Hobson in the howse of James Brooke in Ellenthorpe 

Yorkeshire. 16 May 
Licence to Dr. Henry Wilkinson to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in 

Gosfield, Essex. 16 May 
Licence to John Denton to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of John 

Sturr in Osgoodby Grange, Northriding of Yorke. 16 May 
The howse of Michael Drake in Fulbeck, Lincolne Pr. Meeting Place. 

16 May 
The howse of John Birkett in Swinderby, Lincolne Pr. Meeting Place. 

16 May 
The howse of Edw: King in Ashby de la laund Lincoln. Pr. Meeting 

Place. 16 May 



E (128). 

The howse of the Lady 1 Jerry in Linwood Grange, Lincoln Pr. 

Meeting Place. 16 May 
The howse of James Brook in Ellenthorp, Yorkeshire Pr. Meeting Place. 

16 May 
The howse of l) r Hen: Wilkinson in Gosfield, Essex Pr. Meeting 

Place. 16 May 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 489 



E (128) continued. 

The howse of John Scurr in Osgoodby Grange, Yorfce Pr. Meeting 

Place. 16 May 
Licence to D r John Bryon to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Rob: 

Hey ward in Coventry. 16 May 
The howse of Thomas Ford at Pensford Somersett Pr. Meeting Place. 

22 May. 
Licence to Thomas Crosse to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of 

Thomas Ford at Pensford, Somersett. 22 May 
Licence to Joseph Callett of Exon to be a Grail Pr. Teacher. 

22 May 
The howse of John Pym in Exon Pr. Meeting Place. 22 May 
The howse of Sam: Pierce in Exon. Congr. Meeting Place. 22 May 
Licence to Edw: Hutchenson to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

Sam: Pierce in Exon. 22 May. 



E (129). 

The howse of Edw: Hutchenson in the Parish of Bishops Clift, Devon 

Congr. Meeting Place. 22 May 
T he howse of Dame Drake in the Parish of Topsh2, Devon Congr. 

Meeting Place. 22 May 
Licence to Edw. Ebdine to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of Dame 

Drake in the Parish of Topsha, Devon 22 May. 
Licence to John Homes to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

Thomas Parsons in the Parish of Topsha Devon. 22 May. 
The howse of Thomas Parsons in the Parish of Topsha Devon Congr. 

Meeting Place. 22 May. 
The howse of Thomas Cowdrey in Queenhithe, London Pr. Meeting 

Place. 22 May. 
The howse of Michael Mercer in Magd. Parish, Oxofi Congr. Meeting 

Place. 22 May. 
Licence to Dr. John Singleton to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

Thomas Cowdrey in Queenhithe, London 22 May. 
The howse of Edw: Kenricke in Wrexham, Denbigh. Congr. 

Meeting Place 22 May. 
Licence to John Evans to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of Edw: 

Kenricke in Wrexham Denbigh. 22 May. 
Licence to John Johnson to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at Barwell 

Leicester. 22 May. 
Licence to John Loseby to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse att Copton 

Magna, Warwick. 22 May. 



E (130). 

The howse of Sam: Ward in Hinckley, Leicester Presb. Meeting 

Place. 22 May. 
The howse of John Johnson in Barwell, Leicester Pr. Meeting Place 

22 May. 
The howse of Geo: Ewer in Southwark Pr. Meeting Place. 22 May. 



49Q S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 

E (130) continued. 

The howse of Grave Weaver in Jerusale Alley, London. Pr. Meeting 

Place. 22 May. 
The howse of Dudley Rider in Wolney, Warwick Pr. Meeting Place. 

22 May. 
The howse of W m Pagett in Witherbrooke, Warwick Pr. Meeting 

Place. 22 May. 
The howse of Rich: Loseby in Copson Magna, Warwick Pr. Meeting 

Place. 22 May. 
The howse of Rich: Harrison in Sapcoate, Leicester Pr. Meeting 

Place. 22 May. 
Licence to John Peachye of Southwark to be a Grail Pr. Teacher. 

22 May. 
Licence to Matthew Woodman to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in 

Horsham, in Sussex 22 May. 
The howse of Matthew Woodman in Horsham, Sussex Pr. Meeting 

Place. 22 May 






E (131). 

The howse of John Butterey in Blechingley, Surrey Pr. Meeting 

Place. 22 May 
Licence to James Parkins of Blechingley, Surrey to be a Grail Pr. 

Teacher. 22 May. 
Licence to John Breton to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Castle hill 

in Cestr. 22 May 
The howse of John Brereton at Castle hill in the Parish of Borden, 

Chestr Pr. Meeting Place. 22 May. 
Licence to Rich: Taylor to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of John 

Wadsworth in Swath, Yorke. 22. May. 
The howse of John Wadsworth in Swath, Yorkeshire Congr. Meeting 

Place. 22 May. 
Licence to Thomas Whitehead to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of 

James Dickenson in Lower Kellet, Lancastr. 22 May. 
The howse of James Dickenson in Lower Kellett, Lancastr. Presb. 

Meeting Place. 22 May 
The howse of Rob: Hall in Bolton, Lancastr Pr. Meeting Place. 

22 May. 
Licence to John Badgett to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

Thomas Bishop in Longford, Glocestr. 22 May 
Licence to James Forbes to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

Samson Bacons in Glocester 22 May. 
The howse of Thomas Cole in Longford, Gloucester Congr. Meeting 

Place. 22 May. 



E (132). 

The howse of Thomas Bishop in Longford, Gloucestr Congr. Meeting 
Place. 22 May 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 49 i 

E (132) continued. 

The howse of Samson Barons in Gloucester Congr. Meeting Place. 

22 May. 
Licence to Sam: Pack to be an Ind. Teacher in the howse of Geo: 

Heme in the Parish of S l Leonard Shoreditch, Middl. 22 May 
The howse of Geo: Heme in Hogg Lane in the Parish of S l Leonard 

Shoreditch, Midd. 22 May. 
Licence to Paul Frewin to be an Anab. Teacher in the howse of Edw: 

Grant in Troubridge, Wilts. 20 May. 
The howse of Henry Abbott in Broughton, Hanfs Anab. Meeting Place. 

20 May. 
The howse of Edw: Grant in Trowbridge, Wilts Anab. Meeting Place 

20 May. 
Licence to Rich: Goodwin to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of John 

Okey in Bolton, Lancastr. 22 May 
The howse of Arthur Gardiner in Bolton Lancastr Pr. Meeting Place. 

22 May. 
The howse of James Rhodes in Bolton, Lancastr Presb. Meeting Place. 

22 May 
The howse of John Okey in Bolton, Lancastr Presb. Meeting Place. 

22 May. 
The howse of Widow Piles in Talliton Devon Presb. Meeting Place. 

22 May. 



E (133). 

The howse of Dan: Cudmore in Loxbeer, Devon Presb. Meeting Place. 

22 May. 
Licence to John Cudmore of Chard, Somersett to be a Grail Presb. 

Teacher. 22 May. 
The howse of Roger Hear in Bridgewater, Somersett to be a Presb. 

Meeting Place. 22 May. 
The howse of Robert Balch in Bridgewater, Somersett Pr. Meeting 

Place. 22 May 
The howse of Widow Allen at Shittington, Warwick Presb. Meeting 

Place. 22 May. 
Licence to Edw: Boucher to be a Presb. Teacher in the howse of 

Widow Allen at Shittington, Warwick. 22 May. 
Licence to Ambrose Clare of Beaminster, Dorsett to be a Grail Pr. 

Teacher. 22 May 
The howse of W m Wheadon at Whotley in Winsham, Somersett 

Presb. Meeting Place. 22 May 
Licence to Josiah Banger to be a Presb. Teacher in the howse of W m 

Wheadon at Whotley in the Parish of Winsha, Somersett 22 May. 
Licence to Owen Stockton to be an Ind. Teacher in the howse of Rob: 

Howlett in S l Martins lane in Colchester, Essex. 22 May. 
The howse of Rob: Howlett in S* Martins lane in Colchester, Essex 

Indep. Meeting Place. 22 May. 
The howse of Thomas Harvey at Nancarrow in the Parish of S* 

Michael Penchivill Cornwall, Pr. Meeting Place. 22 May. 



492 S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 

E (134). 

Licence to Joseph Halsey to be a Presb. Teacher in the howse of 

Thomas Harvey at Nancarrow in the Parish of S l Michael Penchi- 

vill, Cornwall 22 May. 
Licence to W m Phipps to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of James 

Dod at Marton, Salop 22 May. 
Licence to James Quarrell to be a Congr. Teacher at the Kingshead in 

Shrewsbury. 22 May. 
Licence to John Ritch to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in 

Wiccombe, Bucks. 22 May. 
The howse of James Dod at Marton, Salop Congr. Meeting Place. 

22 May. 
The howse of John Ritch in Wiccomb Bucks Congr. Meeting Place. 

22 May 
A Roome or Roomes in Kingshead in Shrewsbury Congr. Meeting 

Place. 22 May. 
The howse of Geo: Gooding at Latchford, Oxon Pr. Meeting Place. 

22 May. 
The howse of Tho: Ovy in Watlington, Oxon Pr. Meeting Place. 

22 May. 
Licence to Stephen Coven to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

Thomas Ovy in Watlington, Oxon 22 May. 
Licence to John Brown to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse at Milford, 

Salop. 22. May. 



E (135). 

Licence to Hugh Owen to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in Llane- 

gryn, Merioneth. 22 May. 
Licence to Phil. Rogers to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of Roger 

Kynaston at Ruabon, Denbigh. 22 May 
The howse of John Browne at Milford, Salop Congr. Meeting Place. 

22 May. 
The howse of Hugh Owen in Llanegryn, Merioneth Congr. Meeting 

Place. 22 May. 
The howse of Roger Kynaston in Ruabon, Denbigh Congr. Meeting 

Place. 22 May. 
The howse of Jonathan Roberts in Llanvaire Denbigh Congr. Meeting 

Place 22 May 
Licence to Jonathan Roberts to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in 

Llanvaire, Denbigh. 22 May. 
The howse of George Hocknell in Hackney, Middl. Presb. Meeting 

Place. 25 May. 
Licence to James Day of Haginton, Cambr. to be a Grail Congr. 

Teacher. 25 May 
The howse of Bryan Kitchinman in Cambridge, Congr. Meeting Place. 

25 May. 
Licence to Thomas Autrin of Meldred, Cambridge to be a Grail Congr. 

1 eachen 25 May. 

The howse of Griffith Bubby in Reding Berks Pr. Meeting Place. 
25 May. 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 493 

E (136). 

Licence to James Bricknoll of Preston, Sussex to be a Grail Pr. Teacher. 

25 May. 
The howse of John Jeffery in New Shoreham, Sussex Pr. Meeting 

Place. 25 May. 
The howse of Nicnas Winton in Walderne, Sussex Pr. Meeting Place. 

25 May. 
The howse of William Peckham in little Horsted, Sussex Pr. Meeting 

Place. 25 May 
The howse of Lancelott Hooper in the Parish of S l Andrews in Cam- 
bridge for Congr. & Presb. 25 May. 
Licence to Nathaniel Ball of Nether Chissil Essex to be a Grail Pr. 

Teacher. 25 May. 
Licence to W m Green of Fenny Stanton, Huntingd. to be a Grail Pr. 

Teacher. 25 May. 
The howse of Downha Yeomans in little S l Maries Parish in Cambridge 

for Pr. & Congr. 25 May. 
Like for the howse of Rich: Thurlow in the Parish of St. Andrews in 

Cambr. 25 May. 
The howse of Elias Barnes in the Town of Yeavill, Somersett Congr. 

Meeting Place. 25 May 
Licence to Henry Buttler to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of Elias 

Barnes in Yeavill, Somersett. 25 May. 



E (137). 

The howse of . . . Isaacks in Dinscomb in Salcomb Devon Pr. Meeting 

Place. 25 May. 
The howse of Joane Bastones in Salcomb, Devon Pr. Meeting Place. 

25 May. 
Licence to Andrew Ruell of Haling North, Hants to be a Grail Pr. 

Teacher. 25 May. 
The howse of Thomas Millard in Haling-North, Hants Presb. Meeting 

Place 25 May. 
The howse of Timothy Fox in Ticknall, Derby Presb. Meeting Place. 

25 May. 
Licence to Timothy Fox to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Ticknall, 

Derby 25 May. 
The howse of Edm: Carter in Stony Stratford, Bucks Presb. Meeting 

Place. 25 May. 
Licence to Christ. Fowler to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in 

Kennington in the Parish of Lambath, Surrey. 
The howse of Christ. Fowler in Kenington in the Parish of Lambeth, 

Surrey Pr. Meeting Place. 25 May. 
The howse of Edm: Carter in Wolverton, Bucks Pr. Meeting Place. 

25 May. 
The howse of Geo: Martin in Haversham, Bucks Pr. Meeting Place. 

25 May. 
Licence to Geo: Martin to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Edm: 

Carter in Stony Stratford, Bucks. 25 May. 



494 S. P. T)om. E. B. 3 8a 

E (138). 

The howse of John Woodbridge in Hadenham, Ely Congr. Meeting 

Place. 25 May. 
The howse of W 1U Outlar in Stretta, Ely Congr. Meeting Place. 

25 May. 
The howse of Edm: Avy in Ockinton, Cambr. Congr. Meeting Place. 

25 May. 
The howse of Sam: Wright in Castle Dunington, Leicester Congr. 

Meeting Place. 25 May. 
Licence to Sam: Wright to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in Castle 

Dunington, Leicester 25 May. 
Licence to W m Smith to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse at Dyse- 

worth Grange in the Parish of Bastle Dovington Leicester. 25 May. 
The howse of W m Smith at Dyseworth Grange, Leicester Congr. 

Meeting Place. 25 May 
The howse of Francis Thomasman at Wanliff Grange, Leicester 

Congr. Meeting Place. 25 May. 
Licence to Thomas Smith to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

Fran: Thomasman at Wanliff Grange, Leicester 25 May. 
The howse of John Manshipp in Guildford, Surrey Presb. Meeting 

Place. 25 May. 
Licence to John Manship to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Guildford 

in Surrey. 25 May. 
Licence to Christ. Wragg of Margetting Parish, Essex to be a Grail Pr. 

Teacher. 25 May. 



E (139). 

Licence to John Courtman to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

John Mansell in Thorp Malsor, Northton. 25 May. 
The howse of John Mansell in Thorp Malsor, Northton Congr. 

Meeting Place. 25 May. 
The howse of Rich: Adkins in Welingborough, Northton Congr. 

Meeting Place. 25 May. 
The howse of Edw. Brookes in Brigstock Northton Congr. Meeting 

Place. 25 May. 
The howse of John Mansell in Newton, Northton Congr. Meeting 

Place. 25 May. 
The howse of Thomas Andrews in Meeres Ashby Northton Presb. 

Meeting Place. 25 May 
Licence to Thomas Andrews to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in 

Meeres Ashby, Northton. 25 May. 
Licence to John Gybbs to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Newport 

Pynell, Bucks. 25 May. 
The howse of John Gybbs at Newport Pynell, Bucks Pr. Met 

Place. 25 May. 72. 
The Barne of W ln Smith in Newport Pynell, Bucks Pr. Meeting 1 

25 May. 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 495 



E (139) continued. 

The howse of John Brookes in Wollaston Northton Pr. Meeting Place. 

25 May. 
Licence to Tho: Edmonds to be a Presb. Teacher in the howse of John 

Brookes in Wollaston, Northton. 25 May. 



E (140). 

Licence to Thomas Brett to be a Pr. Teacher in the barne of John 

Morrice in Wollaston, Northton. 25 May. 
The barne of John Morrice in Wollaston, Northton Pr. Meeting Place. 

25 May. 
The howse of Christopher Stanley in Brafield Green Northton Pr. 

Meeting Place. 25 May. 
Licence to Christopher Stanley to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in 

Brafeild Green, Northton. 25 May. 
The howse of John Cooke in Upthorpe, Huntingd. Pr. Meeting Place. 

25 May. 
Licence to Geo: Fowler to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of John 

Cooke in Upthorpe, Huntingd. 25 May. 
Licence to James Rogers to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of John 

Haynes in Wonditch, in Kimbolton Parish Huntingd. 25 May. 
The howse of John Haynes in Wonditch in Kimbolton Parish, 

Huntingdon Pr. Meeting Place. 25 May. 
The howse of Luke Ashwood in Gamlinghay, Cambridge Pr. Meeting 

Place. 25 May. 
Licence to Luke Ashwood to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Gam- 
linghay Cambr. 25 May. 
Licence to Oliver Scott to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Thomas 

Morice in Ashwell, Hartford. 25 May. 
The howse of Thomas Morice in Ashwell, Hartford Presb. Meeting 

Place. 25 May. 



E (141). 

The howse of the Lady Tayler in S l Faith Green near Maidstone, 

Kent. Pr. Meeting Place. 25 May. 72. 
Licence to John Waite to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Toft, 

Cambridge. 25 May. 
Licence to W ra Henseman to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse or barne of 

Jos: Kent in Olney, Bucfcs. 25 May. 
The howse of John Waite in Toft in Cambridge Presb. Meeting Place. 

25 May. 
The barne or howse of Jos: Kent in Olney, Bucks Pr. Meeting Place. 

25 May. 
The howse of Richard Hooper in Bampton, Devon Anab. Meeting 

Place. 25 May. 
The howse of Martin Dunsford at Tiverton, Devon Anab. Met 

Place. 25 May. 



49 6 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 



"E {111) continued. 

Licence to W m Facey to be an Anab. Teacher in the howse of Martyi 

Dunsford in Tiverton, Devon 25 May. 
Licence to Rich: Hooper to be an Anab. Teacher in his howse ii 

Bampton, Devon. 25 May. 
Licence to Rich: Coore to be an Antinomian Teacher in his howse 

Tonge, Yorke. 29 May 
The howse of Rich: Coore in Tonge, Yorke Antinomian Meetinj 

Place. 29 May 
Licence to Sam: Shelmardine to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of 

Henry Wigley in Cromford, Darby. 29 
The Howse of Henry Wigley in Cromford, Darby Presb. Meeting 

Place. 29 May 



E (142). 

The howse of Rob: Cliffe at Wold, Darby Presb. Meeting Place. 

29 May 
The howse of W m Blyth in the Parish of Norton, Darby Presb. Meet- 
ing Place. 29 May 
Licence to W m Blyth to be a Pr. Teacher in his .howse in the Parish of 

Norton, Darby. 29 May 
Licence to John Wood to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in the Parish 

of Norton, Darby. 29 May 
The howse of John Wood in the Parish of Norton, Darby Presb. 

Meeting Place. 29 May 
Licence to Edw. Pryme to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in the Parish 

of Sheffield, Yorkeshire. 29 May 
The howse of Edw: Pryme in the Parish of Sheffield, Yorke Presb: 

Meeting Place. 29 May 
The howse of Arthur Powell in Attercliffe, Yorke Pr. Meeting Place. 

29 May 
Licence to Matthew Bloome to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of 

Arthur Powell in Attercliffe, Yorke. 29 May 
Licence to James Briscoe to be a Congr. Teacher in the Meeting howse 

in Toxtell Parke, Lancastr. 29 May 
Licence to Edm: Taylor to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Wittham, 

Essex. 29 May 
Like for George Lisle in his howse in Witham, Essex. 29 May 
The howse of W m Smith in Kenelworth, Warwick Presb. Meeting 

Place. 29 May 



E (143). 

The howse of W m Right in Kenelworth, Warwick Pr. Meeting Place* 

29 May 
Licence to John Jacob of Canterbury to be a Congr. Teacher. Grail 

29 May 
Like for Edw: Hyrst of Canterbury. 29 May 
Like for Zachary Lee of Canterbury. 29 May 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 497 

E (143) continued. 

Like for Thomas Scott of Canterbury. 29 May 

The howse of Rob: Basse in Markett Harbrough, Leicester Pr. Meet- 
ing Place. 29 May 
The howse of John Shuttlewood in the Parish of Lubbenham, Leicester 

Pr. Meeting Place. 29 May 
Licence to John Shuttlewood in the Parish of Lubbenham, Leicestr to 

be a Grail Pr. Teacher. 29 May 
Like to Matt: Clerke of Markett-Harbrough, Leicestr. 29 May 
Licence to Rob: Barter to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of James 

March in the Parish of S fc Clements Eastcheap, London. 29 May 
The howse of James Towers in Cobham, Surrey Pr. Meeting Place. 

29 May. 
Like for the howse of James Bradford in Gilford, Surrey. 29 May 
Like for the howse of Rich: Lodge at Sandhurst, Berks. 29 May 
Like for the howse of Geo: Bridges in Godalmine, Surrey 29 May 
Licence to John Hopping of Christow, Devon to be a Grail Pr. 

Teacher. 29 May 
The howse of John Morley in the Parish of S* Martins of the Oake in 

Norwich Pr. Meeting Place. 29 May 



E (144). 

The howse of John Munford in the Parish of S* Peters in the Markett 

in Norwich. 29 May 
Licence to John Lucas to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of John Mun- 
ford in the Parish of S* Peters in the Markett, Norwich. 29 May 
The howse of Thomas Sanders in little Ireton, Derby, Presb. Meeting 

Place. 29 May 
The howse of Nathaniel Stephens sen r at Stokegolden, Leicester Pr. 

Meeting Place. 29 May 
Licence to Nathan: Stephens sen r to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at 

Stokegolden, Leicestr. 29 May 
Licence to James Sutton to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Banbury, 

Oxon. 29 May 
The howse of James Sutton at Banbury, Oxon Pr. Meeting Place. 

29 May 
The howse of Nathaniel Stephens jun r att Higham, Leicestr. Pr. Meet- 
ing Place. 29 May 
The howse of Abigail Doel at Stoke Golden, Leicestr. Pr. Meeting 

Place. 29 May 
The howse of John Darby at Drayton, Leicestr, Pr. Meeting Place. 

29 May 
Licence to Josuah Heed to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in Cleve, 

Glocestr. 29 May 
The howse of Josuah Heed in Cleve, Glocestr. Congr. Meeting Place. 

29 May 
The howse of Jonathan Smith in Tedbery, Glocestr Pr. Meeting Place. 

29 May 

32 



498 S. P. T)om. E. B. 3 8a 

E (145). 

Licence to Jonathan Smith to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in 

Tedbery, Glocester. 29 May 
The howse of Henry Collett, in Teuxbery, Glocestr Congr. Meeting 

Place. 29 May 
The howse of Thomas Skey in Teuxbery Glocestr Congr. Meeting 

Place. 29 May 
Licence to Thomas Skey to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in 

Teuxbery, Glocestr. 29 May 
Licence to Henry Collett to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in 

Teuxbery Glocester. 29 May 
Licence to Edw. Hancocke to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

John Skrine in the Parish of Bathford, Somersett 29 May 
The howse of John Skrines in the Parish of Bathford, Somersett Presb. 

Meeting Place. 29 May 
The howse of Geo: Lisle in Wittham, Essex Pr. Meeting Place. 

29 May 
The howse of Edm: Taylor in Wittham, Essex Pr. Meeting Place 

29 May 
The howse of W m Blundston at Sandjacre, Derby Presb. Meeting 

Place. 29 May 
The howse of James Best at Dukes Place, London Congr. Meeting 

Place. 29 May 
The howse of Thomas Casse at Keesall, Nottingha Congr. Meeting 

Place. 29 May 
Licence to Thomas Casse to be a Congr. Teacher at his howse in 

Keesall, Nottingha 29 May 
The howse of Theoph. Burton at Swinderby, Lincolne Pr. Meeting 

Place. 29 May 



E (146). 

The howse of Matth. Shephardson of North Collingham, Nottingha' 

Ind. Meeting Place. 29 May 
Licence to Theoph. Burton to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in 

Swinderby, Lincolne. 29 May 
The howse of W m Pickard in Woodburgh, Nottingham Ind. Meeting 

Place. 29 May 
Licence to John Collines to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

James Best in Dukes Place, London. 29 May 
The howse of Frances Richardson in Cawood, Yorkeshire Pr. Meeting 

Place. 29 May 
Licence to Rich: Stretton to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Frances 

Richardson in Cawood, Yorkeshire. 29 May 
The howse of Thomas Hooker at Boughton, Kent Anab. Meeting 

Place. 29 May 
Licence to Henry Snoath to be an Anab. Teacher in the howse or 

Thomas Hooker at Boughton, Kent. 29 May 
The howse of Rich: Kingswoth at Staplehurst, Kent Anab. Meeting 

Place. 29 May 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 499 

E (146) continued. 

Licence to Rich: Kingswoth to be an Anab. Teacher in his howse at 

Staplehorst, Kent. 29 May 
The howse of John Hopper at Headworne in Kent Anab. Meeting 

Place. 29 May 
Licence to Rob: Knight to be an Anab. Teacher in the howse of John 

Hopper in Headworne, Kent. 29 May 
The howse of Thomas Hills at Charing Kent Anab. Meeting Place. 

29 May 



E (147). 

Licence to Dan: Kingswoth to be an Anab. Teacher in the howse or 

Thomas Hills at Charing, Kent. 29 May 
The howse of Thomas Kingsworth at Frettenden in Kent Anab. 

Meeting Place. 29 May 
Licence to Thomas Kingsworth to be an Anab. Teacher in his howse in 

the Parish of Frittenden, Kent. 29 May 
The howse of Francis Cornewell in Marden, Kent Anab Meeting 

Place. 29 May 
Licence to Francis Cornewell to be an Anab. Teacher in his howse in 

Marden, Kent. 29 May 
The howse of Walter Gilham at Swarden Kent Anab Meeting Place. 

29 May 
Licence to Henry Kingsworth to be an Anab. Teacher in the howse of 

Walter Gilham in Swarden, Kent. 29 May 
The howse of W m Sanderson at Heskett, Cumber. Congr. Meeting 

Place. 29 May 
Licence to Simon Atkinson to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

W m Sanderson at Heskett in Cumberland 29 May 
The howse of Sam: Ellison in Leeds Parish, Yorkeshire Presb. Meeting 

Place. 29 May 
Like for the howse of Sam: Goodall, there. 29 May 
Licence to Thomas Root to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Sam: 

Goodall at Bremely in the Parish of Leeds, Yorkesh. 29 May 
The howse of W m Hunt at Sutton in the Isle of Ely Pr. Meeting 

Place. 29 May 
Licence to W m Hunt to be a Pr. teacher in his howse in Sutton in the 

Isle of Ely. 29 May 



E (148). 

The howse of W m Birchall at Wentworth in the Isle of Ely, Pr. 
Meeting Place. 29 May 

Licence to W m Birchhall to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at Went- 
worth, Isle of Ely. 29 May 

Licence to George Hare of Chattrey, Isle of Ely to be a Grail Pr. 
Teacher. 29 May 

The howse of James Jordain at Higham Suffolk, Pr. Meeting Place. 
29 May 

322 



500 S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 

E (148) continued. 

Licence to James Jordain to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at Higha, 

in Suffolk. 29 May 
The howse of Andrew Trevill att Eathe, in S*. Winnow in Cornwall. 

29 May 
The howse of Theoph. Tincombe at Lostwithiel, Cornwall Presb. 

Meeting Place. 29 May 
Licence to Theoph. Tincombe to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at 

Lostwithiel, Cornwall. 29 
The howse of Otho Whitehorne in Lower Trevethan in Cornwall 

Presb. Meeting Place, 29 May 
Licence to Otho Whitehorne to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at Lower 

Trevethan at St. Mervin in Cornwall. 29 May 
The howse of W m Knapman at Padstow, Cornwall Pr. Meeting Place. 

29 May 
Licence to W m Knapman to be a Pr. Teacher at his howse at Padstow, 

Cornwall. 29 May 
Licence to Nathan: Lamb of Yorke to be a Grail Pr. Teacher. 

29 May 



E (149). 

The howse of Thomas Spademan at Northferrybie Presb. Meeting 

Place. 29 May 
Licence to Thomas Spademan to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at 

Northfferrybie, Lincoln. 29 May 
The howse of James Duncanson at Selby, Yorke. Pr. Meeting Place. 

29 May 
Licence to James Duncanson to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in 

Selby, Yorke. 29 May 
Licence to John Man to be an Anab. Teacher in the howse of 

Peckes at Abingdon, Berks. 29 May 
Like to John Coomes in the same howse. 29 May 
The house of . . . Pecke in Abingdon, Berks, Anab. Meeting Place. 

29 May 
The howse of Andrew Taylor in Michael Gate, Yorke Ind. Meeting 

Place. 10 June 
The howse of the Lady Watson in Saviour Gate, Yorke Ind. Meeting 

Place. 10 June 
Like for the howse of Brian Dawson in Outgate, York. 10 June 
Licence to Ralph Ward to be an Ind. Teacher in the howse of Brian 

Dawson in Outgate, York. 10 June 
Licence to Dan: Buckmaster to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Rob. 

Tuby in TibnS, Norf. 10 June 
Like for W m Smalwood in his howse in Maple Durrha Oxon. 

10 June 
The howse of W m Smalwood in Maple DurrhS, Oxon Pr. Meeting 

Place. 10 June 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 501 

E (150). 

The howse of ... in Pensford, Somersett Pr. Meeting Place. 

Licence to D r Fran: Crosse to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of . . . 

in Pensford, Somersett 
Licence to Edw: Pryme to be a Pr. Teacher in the Malt-howse of Rob: 

Brilsworth in Sheffield, Yorke. 10 June 
The Malthowse of Rob. Brilsworth in Sheffield, Yorke Pr. Meeting 

Place. 10 June 
The howse of W m Clapp in Chidderick, Devon Pr. Meeting Place. 

10 June 
Like for the howse of Anne Strutt in Crediton, Devon. 10 June 
Like for the howse of John Parson in Kentisbeare, Devon. 10 June 
Michael Taylor of Tavystock, Devon Grail Pr. Teacher. 10 June 
The howse of Rob: Kipping in Tharston, Norfolk Pr. Meeting Place. 

10 June 
The howse of Rob: Tuby in Tibna, Norfolk. Pr. Meeting Place. 

10 June 
The house of Tho: Wilson in Lampsley, Durrha' Pr. Meeting Place. 

10 June 
Licence to Tho: Wilson to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Lampsley, 

Durrha. 10 June 



E (151). 

The howse of James Powles in Leominster, Hereford Pr Meeting 

Place. 10 June 
Licence to Thomas Worden to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

W m Brockman in Hinton, Berks. 10 Jurte 
The howse of W m Brockman in Hinton, Berks Congr. Meeting Place. 

10 June 
Licence to Sam: Winney to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at Glastry, 

Bristoll. 10 June 
The howse of Sam: Winney at Glastry, Bristoll Pr. Meeting Place. 

10 June 
Licence to Rob. Dodd to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Sibble 

Hedingha, Essex. 10 June 
The howse of Rob. Dodd in Sibble Hedingham, Essex. Pr. Meeting 

Place. 10 June 
The howse of Alex. Prole at Alcomb, Somersett Pr. Meeting Place. 

10 June 
The howse of Thomas Petter in Winch-head Somersett Pr. Meeting 

Place. 10 June 
The howse of Nicnas Blake at Alcomb, Somersett Presb. Meeting 

Place. 10 June 
The Barne of Christ. Webb in Aylesbury Pr. Meeting Place. 

10 June 
Like for the howse of Eliz. Went'worth in Broadsworth, Yorke 

10 June 
Like for the howse of John Leighton in Newthorpe, Nottingham 

10 June. 



502 S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 

E (152). 

The howse of Eliz. Hunt in Salop Pr. Meeting Place. 10 June 

Like for the howse of Thomas Burrows at Watnall, Nottingham 

10 June 
Licence to Nathan: Mansfield to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of 

M rs Thornton in Manceter, Warw. 10 June 
The howse of Widow Thornton in Mancher, Warwick. Pr. Meeting 

Place. 10 June 
Like for the howse of Eliz: Latha in Betley, Stafford 10 June 
Like for the howse of Rob: Steele in Bartomley, Chestr. 10 June 
Licence to James Jaile to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of James 

Moxon in Leeds, Yorke. 10 June 
The howse of James Moxon in Leeds Pr. Meeting Place. I o June 
The howse of John Wall in Glocester Congr. Meeting. 10 June 
Licence to Nathan: Berry to be a Pr. Teacher in the Out house ot 

. . . Edwards in Dover. 10 June 
The Outhouse of Edwards in Dover Pr. Meeting Place. 10 June 
Licence to Edw: Coppin to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Beakes- 

bourne, Kent. 10 June 
The howse of Edw: Coppin in Beakesbourne,, Kent. Pr. Meeting 

Place. 10 June 
Licence to Rob. Pleasaunceto be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at Bishop 

Aukland, Durrha. 10 June. 



E (153). 

The howse of Rob: Pleasaunce at Bishop Aukland, Durrha Pr. Meeting 

Place. 10 June 
Licence to Rob: Lever to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at Branspeth, 

Durrha. 10 June 
The howse of Rob: Lever in Branspeth, Durrha Pr. Meeting Place. 

10 June 
The howse of Philip Appletree in Dedington, Oxon Pr. Meeting Place. 

10 June 
Like for the howse of Sam: Cox in Milton, Oxon. 10 June 
Like for the howse of Rowland Stedman in Winckindon, Bucks 

10 June 
Like for the howse of Sam: Clerke in Winchingdon, Bucks 10 June 
Like for the howse of John Glendole in Chester. 10 June. 
Like for the howse of Hugh Harrey in Chester. 10 June 
Licence to Bern. King to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Matthias 

Barry in Okeha, Rutland. 10 June 
The howse of Matthias Barry in Okeha, Rutland Pr. Place. 10 June 
Like for the howse of Simon Andrews in Edgton, Rutland 10 June 
Like for the howse or Dan: Read at Hungerford, Berks. 10 June 
Like for the howse of Thomas Freeman at Ramsbery, Wilts. 

10 June 
Like for the howse of Mary Statha in Longborough, Leic. 10 June 
Licence to Sam: Statha to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Mary 

Statha in Longborough. 10 June 



S. P. T*om. E. B. 3 8a 503 



E (154). 

Licence to John Clarke to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Shalbury, 

Berks. 10 June 
Like to W m Mills, Congr. in the howse of Jujan Tackers, at Balcomb, 

Sussex, io June 
Like to Thomas Hallett in the howse of Thomas Hurts in Watillfield, 

Sussex. 10 June 
Like to Rich: Turner in the howse of Alex: Bridges at Nylond in 

Sussex. 10 June 
Like to Edw: Lullu in a howse called Kenwards in Liendfield, Sussex. 

10 June 
Licence to Martin Finch to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

Nichas Withers in S* Clements Parish, Norwich. 10 June. 
Like to Thomas Allen in the howse of John Knight in the Parish of 

S* Andrews, Norwich. 10 June 
Like to John Corie in the howse of Rich: Knight in the Parish of S l 

George of Colgate, Norwich. 10 June. 
Like to Enock Woodward in the howse of John Toft in S l Clement's 

Parish, Norwich. 10 June. 
Licence to W m Tomes to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Saltash, 

Cornwall. 10 June 
Licence to John Cawbridge in the howse of Widow Trelawdwy in 

Penrin, Cornwall. 10 June 
Like to Rob. Jagoe iu the howse of W m Penalarick in Heston Cornwall. 

10 June 
Like to John Langford in Peter Clarke's house in Falmouth, 

10 June 
Like to Tho: Hancock in his howse in Marwell Parish, Cornwall. 

10 June 



E (155). 

The howse of Eleanor Crowte in Braxha, Devon Pr. Meeting Place. 

10 June 
Like for the howse of Niciias Withers in S fc Clements Parish Norwich 

for Congr. 10 June 
Like for the howse of John Knight, in S fc Andrews Parish, Norwich. 

10 June 
Like for the howse of John Toft in S 1 Clements Parish, Norwich. 

10 June 
The howse of Eliz. Trew in Wittha, Essex for Pr. 10 June 
Like for a howse called Kenwards in Lindfield, Sussex. 10 June 
Like for the howse of Rich: Herring in the Parish of Qenn, Devon. 

10 June 
Like for Alex. Bridges howse at Nylond, Sussex. 10 June 
Like for the howse of Tho: Hurst at Watillfield, Sussex. 10 June 
The Howse of Jujan Tackers at Balcomb, Sussex, for Congr. 

10 June 
John Clarke's howse at Shalbury, Berks for Presb. 10 June 



5<H S. P. T>om. E, B. 3 8a 

E (155) continued. 

The howse of Edm: Bellamys in Sibton, Suffolk, Congr. Meeting Place. 

10 June 
Like for the howse of M rs Dinnington in Dunwetch, Suffolk. 

10 June 
Like for the howse of John Hurnon in Sibton, Suffolk. 10 June 
Licence to John Hurnon to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in 

Sibton, Suffolk. 10 June 
The howse of Rich: Rouse in Knodishall Suffolk Pr. Meeting Place. 

10 June 
Like for the howse of John Man in Shafting, Suffolk. 10 June 
The howse of Edm: Whincop in Middleton, Suffolk, for Congr. 

10 June 

E (156). 

Licence to Edm: Whincop to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in 
Middleton, Suffolk. 10 June 

The howse of Charles Sanders in Priston, Somersett Pr. Meeting Place. 
10 June 

The howse of Margarett Rozett in Needha Markett, Suffolk Pr. Meet- 
ing Place. 10 June 

Licence to Sam: Spring to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Margarett 
Rozerr in Needham Markett, Suffolk. 10 June 

Licence to John Fairefax to be a Pr. Teacher, there. 10 June 

The howse of Thomas Weatherhowse at West Creating Suffolk, Pr. 
Meeting Place. 10 June 

Licence to Thomas James to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Thomas 
Weaterhowse at West Creating, Suffolk 10 June 

The howse of Widdow Allen in Shittington, Warwick Pr. Meeting 
Place. 10 June 

Licence to Edw: Boucher to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Widow 
Allen at Shittington, Warwick. 10 June 

The howse of Henry Finch in Manchester, Lancashire Pr. Meeting 
Place. 10 June 

Like for the howse of John Elliott in Hartfield, Sussex. 10 June 

The howse of Joane Jones in the Parish of Christ Church Monmouth 
Ind. Meeting Place. 10 June 

Like for the howse of William Howell in the Parish of Undry, Mon- 
mouth. 10 June 



E (157). 

Licence to Richard Worts to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

Mary Hastings in Guestwick, Norfolk. 10 June 
Licence to Rich: Rand to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of Rob. 

Maidston in Boxstead in Essex. 10 June 
The howse of Rob: Maidston in Bostead, Essex Congr. Meeting Place 

10 June 
The howse of Mary Hastings in Guestwicke, Norfolk Congr. Meeting 

Place. 10 June 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 505 

E (157) continued. 

Like for the howse of Edw: Wix in Guestwicke. 10 June 

Licence to Rich. Averie to be a Presb. Teacher in the howse of 

W m Jones in the Kings Cleare, Southton. 10 June 
The howse of W ra Jones in Kings Cleare Parish, SouthEon for Pr. 

10 June 
The howse of Rob: Hall in the Parish of East Bargholt, Suffolk. Pr. 

Meeting Place. 10 June 
Licence to Reginald Findlowe to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in 

Cold Weston, Salop. 10 June 
Like for the howse of Margery Botfield in Old Street Ward in Ludlow 

Parish, Salop. 10 June 
Licence to Edw: Alexander to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in the 

Parish of St. Martin Orgars, London. 10 June 
The howse of Edw: Alexander in the Parish of St. Martin Orgars, 

London Congr. Meeting Place. 10 June 
The howse of Reginald Findlowe in Cold Weston, Salop Pr. Meeting 

Place. 10 June 
The howse of Rich: Higgins in Steventon in the Parish of Ludford, 

Salop for Congr. 10 June 



E (158). 

Licence to W m Conway to be a Pr. Teacher in the Barne of Edw: 

Browne in the Parish of Westport in Marlebrough, Wilts 

10 June 
The Barne of Edw: Brown in the Parish of Westport in Marie- 
borough, Wilts for Pr. 10 June 
Licence to Matthew Warren to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of John 

Hill in Withypoole, Somersett. 10 June 
Licence to John Hill to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of John Cellard 

in the Parish of Dulverton, Somersett. 10 June 
The howse of John Cellard in the Parish of Dulverton Somersett Pr. 

Meeting Place. 10 June 
Like for the howse of Joane Bult in Hide in the Parish of West- 

munckton, Somersett. 10 June 
Like for the howse of Rich: Slocombe in Dulverton Parish. 10 June 
Like for the howse of John Hill in Withypoole, Somersett 10 June 
Licence to Thomas Willis to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in 

Pikney, Somersett. 10 June 
The howse of Thomas Willis in Pikney, Somersett for Congr. 10 June 
Like for the howse of M r Rusden in Wallingford, Berks 10 June 
Licence to Rob. Aldred to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Abrahft 

Bilny in Fairesfield, Norfolk. 10 June 
The howse of Abraha Bilny in Fairesfield, Norfolk for Pr. 10 June 
Like for John Stooke's howse in TushS Parish, Devon. 10 June 
Like for Eliz: Toller's howse in Hoblin, Lincolne. 10 June. 



506 S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 

E (159). 

Licence to Edw: Brown to be a Pr. Teacher in Eliz. Toller's howse, 

in Hoblin, Lincolne. 10 June 
Licence to Sam: Petto to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of John 

Wesgate in the Parish of Redenhall cu Harlston, Norfolk. 10 June 
The howse of John Wesgate in the Parish of Redenhall cii Harlston, 

Norfolk for Congr. 10 June 
Like for the howse of John Fuller in Alborough, Norfolk. 10 June 
Like for the howse of James Elsigood in Hop ton, Suffolk 10 June 
Like for the howse of Rich: Brabon in Waybread, Suffolk. 10 June 
The howse of Thomas Walcott in Bungay, Suffolk for Congr. & Anab: 

10 June 
Like for the howse of John Allen in Bungay. 10 June 
The howse of Rob: Hall in East Bargholt Parish, Suffolk for Pr. 

10 Juue 
The howse of Widow Skinner in little Modbury, Devon for Pr. 

10 June 
The howse of Jane Price in New Windsor, Berks 10 June. 
Licence to Nich: Palmer in the howse of Jane Price in New Windsor, 

Berks to be a Pr. 10 June 
The howse of John Willie in the West Gate Chichester for Congr. 

10 June 
Licence to John Willie of Westgate near Chichester to be a Grail 

Congr. Teacher. 10 June 
The howse of Peter Legay in Westgate, Sussex for Congr. i o June 
Licence to John Abbot of Westeake, Sussex to be a Congr. GralL 

10 June 
The howse of Jeffery Hickes at Woodford in Wells Parish, Somersett 

Pr. 10 June 



E (160). 

The howse of Walter Slye in Dosthorpe, Northton for Pr. Meeting 

Place. 10 June 
Like for the howse of Sam: Hunt in North luffenham, Rutland. 

10 June 
Like for the howse of Simon Andrews at Kilthorpe, Rutland 10 June 
The howse of Thomas Langdall at Cawcot, Rutland for Congr. 

10 June 
Thomas Langdall Congr. Teacher in his howse in Cawcott Rutland 

10 June 
The howse of Andrew Broughton in Seaton, Rutland Pr. 10 June 
The howse of Humphrey Reynolds in Stanford, Lincolne Pr. Meeting 

Place. 10 June 
Licence to Jos: Cawthornc to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of 

Humph* Reynolds in Stanford, Lincolne. 10 June 
The howse of John Richardson En Uppingha, Rutland Pr. Meeting 

Place. 10 June 
Licence to John Richardson to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in 

Uppinglul, Rutland. 10 June 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 507 

E (160) continued. 

Licence to Thomas Smith to be a Pr. in Tho: Bradley's Outhowse in 

Burden, Glocester. 10 June 
The howse of John Overhead at Castle Henningha, Essex Pr. Meeting 

Place. 10 June 
Licence to John Overhead to be a Pr Teacher in his howse at Castle 

Henningha, Essex. 10 June 



E (161). 

The Killn howse in Flanshawe lane in Wakefield, for Congr. 10 June 

Licence to W m Grane to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of John Panells 

in Rugely,. Stafford. 10 June 
The Malthowse of S r Sam: Taylor at Boyshall in Stafford, for Pr. 

10 June 
The howse of John Rooke at Westhall in Hatfield, Yorke for Congr. 

10 June 
The howse of Sibell Dawson in Leeds, Yorke for Congr. 10 June 
The howse of Francis Harry in Painswick, Hereford for Congr. 

10 June 
Licence to Fran. Harry to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse at Pains- 
wick, Hereford. 10 June 
The howse of Jonathan Smith in Rosse in Hereford, Congr. 10 June 
Licence to Jonathan Smith to be a Congr. in his howse in Rosse, 

Hereford. 10 June 
The howse of Rich: Perkins in Weston under Paineyard Hereford for 

Congr. 10 June 1672 
Licence to Rich: Perkins to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in 

Weston under Paine Yard, Hereford. 10 June 
Like to John Cheapman in his howse in Rewerden, Glocester 10 June 
The howse of John Chapman in Rewerden, Glocester for Congr. 

10 June 
The howse of John Skiner in Clanwell, Glocester Congr. Meeting 

Place. 10 June 



E (162). 

Licence to W m Benton to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Thurscoe, 

Yorke. 10 June 
The howse of W m Benton in Thurscoe, Yorke Pr. Meeting Place. 

10 June 
The howse of Boniface Coopers in Ponfreet, Yorke Pr. Meeting Place. 

10 June 
Licence to Peter Nailer to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Boniface 

Coopers in Ponfreet, Yorke. 10 June 
Licence to John Skinner to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in Clon- 

well, Glocester. 10 June 
Licence to Jos: Wilson of Newland neare Kingston upon Hull to be a 

Grail Pr. Teacher. 10 June 



508 S. P. T>om. E. B. 38A 

E (162) continued. 

Licence to Rob: Ottie to be an Ind. Teacher in the howse of Thomas 

Plumstead in Beckees, Suffolk. 10 June 
The howse of Rich: Kempe in Wymondha, Norfolk Ind. Meeting 

Place. 10 June 
The howse of John Briting in Wymondh2, Norfolk Indep. Meeting 

Place. 10 June 
Like for the howse of John Edwards in Wymondha. 10 June 
Licence to John Money at Wymondha to be a Grail Ind. Teacher. 

10 June 
The howse of W m Rising in Lastoft, Suffolk Ind. Meeting Place. 

10 June 
Like for the howse of Rich: Sandall in Kilingland, Suffolk. 10 June 



E (163). 

Like for the howse of John Snelocke in Gitlington, Suffolk. 20 June 
Licence to Edw: Plough to be an Ind. Teacher in John Snelock's howse 

in Gislingha, Suffolk. 10 June 
The howse of John Panell in Rugely, Stafford for Pr. 10 June 
Like for the howse of Rob: Camper at Maiden, Essex. 10 June 
Like for the howse of M r Bucke in Rochester. 10 June 
Licence for Nicholas Thorowgood to be a Pr. Teacher in M r Bucks 

howse in Rochester. 10 June 
The howse of John Thorne in Newton Dorsett, for Pr. 10 June 
Like for the howse of Joane Troop in Newton 10 June 
Licence to W m King to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Joane Troop 

in Newton. 10 June 
The howse of Ester Churchey in Waymouth for Pr. 10 June 
The hov/se of Andrew Allen at Coniston, Norfolk for Ind. 10 June 
Licence to Tho: Newman to be an Ind. Teacher in the howse of Andrew 

Allen at Coniston, Norfolk. 10 June 
The howse of John Jessup at South Lopha, Norfolk for Pr. 10 June 
Licence to John Jessup to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at South 

Lopha Norfolk 10 June 
Like to W m Goodrich at his howse in Fishitt, Suffolk 10 June 
The howse of John Wilkinson at Waltha, Suffolk for Pr. 10 June 
Licence to John Wilkinson to be a Pr: Teacher in his howse in Walsha, 

Suffolk. 10 June 



E (164). 

The howse of Rich: Jenning at Combrs Suffolk Pr. 10 June 

Licence to Rich: Jenning to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Combrs 

Suffolk 10 June 
Like to John Meadowes in Eliz. Nelson's howse in Stowmarkctt, 

Suffolk. 10 June 
Like to Sam: Wills in his howse in Coventry. 10 June 
The howse of Sam: Wills in Coventry for Presb. 10 June 
Roomes in the hoWM adjoining to Nathan: Partridg's in Old Street in 

S l Giles Cripplegate, London for Congr. 10 June 



S. P. ( Dom. E. B. 3 8a 509 

E (164) continued. 

Licence to Nathan: Partridge Congr. to teach there. 10 June 

The howse of Geo: Cockine in the Parish of S* Giles's Cripplegate, 

London for Congr. 10 June 
Licence to Geo: Cockine to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in S l 

Giles's Cripplegate, London. 10 June 
The howse of Widow Holmes in little Morefields Cripplegate, London 

for Congr. 10 June 
Licence to John Crouch to be a Cong. Teacher in Widow Holmes 

howse in little Morefields, Cripplegate. 10 June 
M r Dunsmores hall in the Gray Friers in the Parish of S* Peters 

Canterbury for Pr. 10 June 
Licence to Fran: Taylor to be a Pr. Teacher in M r Dunsmores hall u\ 

Gray Friers, Canterbury 10 June 
The howse of Geo : Whitemarsh at Gosport, Sussex for Congr. 10 June 
Licence to Geo. Whitemarsh to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse at 

Gosport, Sussex. 10 June 



E (165). 

The howse of Rob: Flight at Trunch, Norfolk for Congr. 10 June 
Like for the howse of Thomas Worts in Norfolk. 10 June 
The howse of Sam: Knight at Overstrand Norfolk for Congr. 10 June 
Licence to Christ. Amiraut to be a Congr. Teacher in Sam: Knights 

howse in Overstrand, Norfolk. 10 June 
The howse of Catherine Onbitt in Ingha, Norfolk. Congr. 10 June. 
Like for the howse of Rob: Geel in Ingha, 10 June 
Licence to Thomas Worts to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

Rob: Geel in Ingha. 10 June 
The howse of John Allen at Lammas Norfolk, Congr. 10 June 
Like for the howse of Thomas Church at Lammas 10 June 
Licence to W m Bidbank to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

Thomas Church at Lammas, 10 June 
The howse of Edm: Bell at Dilha, Norfolk for Congr. 10 June 
Licence to John Green to be a Congr. Teacher in Edm. Bells howse at 

Dilham. 10 June 
The howse of Thomas Webb in Horsey, Glocester, for Congr. 10 June 
Like for the howse of Giles Hancox in Stretton, Glocester. 10 June 
Like for the howse of Eliz: Bird in Horsey, Glocester. 10 June 
Like for the howse of W m Baker in Odington, Glocester. 10 June 
Like for the howse of Tho: Smith in Hope, Glocester. 10 June 
Like for the howse of W m Coombe in Wickam, Glocester 10 June 
Like for the howse of Fran: Ham in Dursty, Glocester. 10 June 



E (166). 

Like for the howse of W m Davison in Teuxbery, Gloc. 10 June 
Like for the howse of W m Beckett in Winchcome, Gloc. 10 June 
Licence for Tho: Smith to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in Hope, 
Glocester. 10 June 



5i 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 



E (166) continued. 

Licence to W m Smith to be a Congr. Teacher in W m Coombes howse 

in Wickam. io June 
Like to W m Davison in his howse in Teuxbery, 
Like to Fran: Ham in his howse in Durston, Gloc. 
The howse of John Harris at the Bell Inn in Carwent Monmouth Ind. 

Meeting Place. 
Like for the howse of Josuah Lloyd in Henesant 
Like for the howse of Henry Walter in Landarji Parish 
The howse of Ralph Bayford at little Hadha in Hartford for Presb. 
Like for the howse of Eliz: Madison at little Hadha. 
Licence to Rich: Batten to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Enidor 

Cornwall 
The howse of Rich: Batten at Enidor Cornwall Pr. Meeting Place. 
The howse of John Bowden at Grampound Cornwall Pr. 
Rob. Cooke Pr. in the howse of Eliz: Wentworth in Browdsworth, 

Yorke. 
The howse of Henry Milton in Alborough, Norfolk Congr. Meeting 

Place. 



E (167). 

The howse of W m Chapman in Hanworth, Norfolk for Congr. Sc Pr. 

Licence to John Lougher to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of W 1 

Chapman in Hanworth, Norfolk 
The howse of Thomas Preist in Southreps, Norfolk Pr. Meeting Place. 
Like for the howse of John Doughty in Northreps 
The howse of John Groome in Rattlesdon, Suffolk. Congr. 
Licence to John Starke to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of George 

Groome in Rattlesdon, 
The howse of Eliz: Rust in Richingale, Suffolk for Congr. 
Licence to Henry Fowle to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Arundell, 

Surrey. 
The howse of Henry Fowle in Arundell, Surrey for Pr. 
Like for the howse of Henry Wolyar in Arundell, 
Like for the howse of Geo: Mortimer in Milton in Harberton, Devon. 
Like for the howse of Benj: Walter in Bradford Abbas, Dors. 
Licence to Benj. Walter to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Bradford 

Abbas, Dorsett 
The howse of John Savery in Ash Parish near Sandwich for Pr. & Ind. 
The howse of John Miller in Cranebrooke Kent Anab. Meeting Place. 



E (168). 

Licence to Nathan: Row to bean Anab. Teacher in the howse of John 
Miller in Cranebrooke. io June 

The howse of Timothy Smith in Longaridge, Lancaster for Pr. 
IO June 

Like for the howse of John March in Elston, Lancaster, io June 

Licence to Timothy Smith to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Longa- 
ridge, Lane. 10 June 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 5 h 

E (168) continued. 

The howse of Thomas Anderton in Samsbury, Lancas. Pr. 10 Tunc 
Like for the howse of John Harris in Withnell, Lane. 10 Tunc 
Licence to Sam: Newton of Riverton, Lane, to be a Grill Pr. Teacher. 

10 June 
The howse of Rich: Hooper in Bampton, Devon, Anab. 10 June 
Licence to Rich: Hooper to be an Anab. Teacher in his howse in 

Bampton, Devon. 10 June 
Licence to James Illingworth to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of W m 

Board in Batcombe, Somersett. 10 June 
The howse of W m Board in Batcombe, Somersett Pr. 10 June 
Licence to Thomas Gardiner to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Ralph 

Bay ford at little Hadha, Hartford 10 June 
The howse of Edw. Cole in Birdha, Sussex Pr. 10 June 
Like for the howse of W m Squire in East Wittering Parish, Sussex. 

io June 
The howse of Nicholas Bennett in Talbot Court in Grace Church 

Street in London for Cong, io June 
Like for the howse of Thomas Driver, there, io June 



E (169). 

Licence to Tho: Jayse to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of Thomas 

Brewer in Talbot Court in Grace Church Street London io June 

The howse of Thomas Welles in Medlew, Huntingd. Congr. io June 

Licence to Ralph Luke to be a Cong. Teacher in Tho: Welles howse in 

in Medlew, Huntingd. io June 
The howse or Barne of W m Pashell in Mouldsworth, Huntingtt for 

Congr. io June 
Licence to Oliver Mason to be a Congr. Teacher in W m Pashell's howse 

in Mouldsworth, Huntingd io June 
Like to Simon Haynes in his howse in Benehurst, Bedford, io June 
The howse of Simon Haynes in Benehurst, Bedford for Congr. io June 
Licence to Henry Walter to be an Ind. Teacher in his howse in the 

Parish of Lantarund Monmouth io June 
The howse of Edw: Horsman Esq r in Stretton, Rutland Congr. 

io June 
Licence to John Worth to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of John 

Billing in Weeden, Northampton io June 
The howse of John Billing in Weeden Northton, Pr. io June 
Like for the howse of Corn: Streeland's howse in Siddlesha, Sussex 

io June 
Like for the howse of Widow Manly in Daventry, Northton io June 
Licence to James Cave to be a Pr. Teacher in Widow Manly 's howse 

in Daventry, Northton io June 
The howse of Edw: Hardy Esq r in Adson, Northton Pr. io June 
Licence to Rob: Allen to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Edw: 

Hardy in Adson, Northton io June 
The howse of Rob: Rogers in Wappenha, Northton Pr. io June 
Licence to Rob: Rogers to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Wappenha, 
Northton io June 



512 S. P. T>om. E. B. 38A 

E (170). 

The howse of John Conquest in Wilden, Bedford for Congr. 

10 June 
Licence to W m Cradocke to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

John Conquest in Wilden, Bedford 10 June 
The howse of Barne of James Cole in Titch Marsh, Northton Congr. 

10 June 
Licence to Geo: Fowler to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse or Barne 

of James Cole in Titch Marsh, Northton 10 June 
The howse of John Speare in the Parish of Bromfield, Somersett for 

Presb. 10 June 
Like for the howse of Joseph Jenkins there, 10 June 
Licence to Rob: Speare to be an Anab. Teacher in the howse of John 

Speare in Bromfield, Somersett 10 June 
The howse of Joane Baker in the Parish of Oake, Somersett for Presb, 

10 June 
The howse of Geo: Cary in the Parish of Bennendicke, Somer. for Pr. 

10 June 
Licence to John Powell of Newport, Monmouth Grail Ind: 10 June 
The house of W m Bell in Oldton, Norfolk, Congr. 10 June. 
Licence to Josuah Lloyd of Henesant, Monmouth to be a Grail Ind. 

Teacher. 15 June 
Licence to W m Minty to be an Independent Teacher in the Mathouse 

of M r Aire in Poole 
The Mathowse of M r Aire in Poole. Ind. Meeting Place. 
The howse of Edw: Cole at Mariot, Somersett Pr. Place 
The howse of Thomas Beer in Chiddiock, Dorsett Congr. 






E (171). 

The howse of Humphrey Miller in Abbotsbury, Dorsett Congr. 

Like for the howse of Rich: Woolfryers in Winterburne Kingston, 

Licence to James Hallet to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of Rich: 
Woolfryers in Winterbourne Kingston, Dorsett 

The howse of Alias Cake in the Parish of Our, Dorsett Congr. 

Like for the howse of John Cade in the Parish of Our, Dorsett 

Like for the howse of W m Toope in Chaldon Parish, Dorsett 

Like for the howse of Rebecca Hastings in Win fruite Parish, 

Licence to W m Clarke to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of Rebecca 
Hastings in Win fuit Parish Dorsett, 

The howse of W m Goodrich at Fishitt, Suffolk Pr. 

Licence to John Rookes to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in West- 
hall in Hatfield, Yorke 

Licence to Thomas Woots to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of 
Thomas Brady in Cawston, Norfolk 

The howse of Thomas Brady of Cawston, Norfolk Pr. Meeting 
Place. 

The howse of Eliz: Hallett in Bridport, Dorsett Congr. Meeting 
Place. 

The howse of John Sherrett in Wem, Salop for Pr. 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 513 

E (171) continued. 

Licence to Thomas Wheatley to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in 

Dedington Parish, Oxon 
The howse of Thomas Wheatley in Dedington Parish, Oxon Pr. 
Like for the howse of W m Bennion, in Prees Parish, Salop 



E (172). 

Licence to Rich: Sadler to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of W m Ben- 
nion in Prees Parish, Salop 

The howse of John Pierce in Montacute, Somersett Pr. 

Licence to Thomas Willise to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 
John Pierce in Montacute, Somersett 

Licence to Sam: Brinley of Dedha, Essex to be a Grail Pr. Teacher. 

The howse of Eliz. Tompson in Dedha, Essex. Congr. Meeting 
Place. 

The howse of Rob: Baker at Winshft, Somer. Pr. 

Like for the howse of Ambrose Hichcock at Plott neare Thorncomb, 
Devon for Pr. 

a Roome or Roomes in the howse called Trinity howse in Greasebrooke, 
York 

Like for the howse of Thomas Sanders in Caldwell, Darby 

Like for the howse of John Kendall at Autry Warwick 

Like for the howse of W m Sprigg at Ensworth, Hants 

Like for the howse of Eliz. Bridger at Funtington, Sussex 

Like for the howse of Rich: Key at Eastden, Sussex 

Like for the howse of John Hall at Pegha, Sussex 

Like for the howse of Rob: Wather at Pegham 

Like for the howse of Rob: Hill at Aston, Darby 

Like for the howse of Abraha Crosland at Applesby, Darby 

Like for the howse of Nathan. Heele at Ratliffe Culy, Leic. 



E (173). 

Like for the howse of Sam: Salisbury at Athurston, Warw. 
Like for the howse of W m Yardley at Athurston 
Like for the howse of W m Drayton at Athurston 
Like for the howse of John Philips in Usemaston, Pembr. 
Like for the howse of Marke Gibons in Utmaster, Pembr. 
Like for the howse of Henry Shell in Barwicke 
Like for the howse of John Compton in Bolton, Lane. 
Like for the howse of Widow Randall at Bower Chalk, Wilts. 
Like for the howse of Eliz: Clerke in Nunton, Wilts 
Like for the howse of Eliz: Reeve in Great Dunford, Wilts 
Like for the howse of John Wakely in Thorncomb, Devon 
Licence to John Wakely to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Thorn- 
combe, Devon 
The howse of John Copton at Sherborne, Dorsett for Pr. 
Licence to John Gough of Cornhill, London to be a Grail Pr. 
Teacher 

33 



5 H S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 

E (173) continued. 

Licence to Thomas Burden to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 
Ann Kendall at Cottgrave, Nottingha 

The howse of John Jackson at Morton, Nottingha Congr. Meeting 
Place. 

Licence to John Jackson to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in 
Morton, Nottingha 

The howse of Thomas Fellingha, in Arnold, Nottingha Congr. Meet- 
ing Place. 

Like for the howse of John Trueman in Burton, Nott. 



E (174). 

Like for the howse of Ann Brendall att Cottgrave in Nottingham- 
shire 
Licence to John Wright to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of Tho: 

Fellingha in Arnold, Nottingha 
The howse of Ann Deanes in Mardman, Nottingh. Congr. 
Licence to Geo: Nicholson to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of John 

Knight in Broadtewbury, Devon 
The howse of John Noble in Graistock Cumberland Pr. 
Licence to Anth: Sleigh to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of John 

Noble in Graistock, Cumber. 
The howse of Thomas Smith in Huntly, Gloc. Pr. 
Licence to Thomas Smith to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Huntley, 

Glocester 
Licence to Joseph More of Hopton, Darby to be a Grail Pr. 
Like to Rob. Penny of Chard, Somersett. 
Like to John Leighton of Greasley, Nottingha 
Like to Simon Barret of Lamborne, Berks 
The howse of W m Hopkins in Milborne Port, Somersett Presb. Meeting 

Place. 
Licence to W m Hopkins to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Milborne 

Port, Somersett 
The howse of Geo: Fry in Steeple Grove, Somersett Pr. Meeting 

Place 
Like for the howse of John Gardner in Staplegrove 
Licence to John Hill to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of John 

Gardiner in Staplegrove, 






E (175). 

The house of John King of Witherley, Leic. Pr. 

Like for the howse of Thomas Hill in Lea Grange, Leic. 

Licence to Thomas Hill to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Lei 
Grange, Leic. 

The howse of John Raynor in Merrivall, Warw. Pr. 

The howse of W m Wilson at Manchester, Lane. Pr. 

Licence to W m Wilson to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Man- 
chester 

The howse of John Breedon in Samford, Devon Pr. 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 515 

E (175) continued. 

Licence to Thomas Maynard to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of 
John Breedon at Samford, Devon 

The howse of John Woodward in the Parish of S l Nicholas in Guild- 
ford Surrey Pr. Meeting Place. 13 June. 

The howse of M r Fenlake in Cordington Parish, Bedf. Pr. 

Licence to John Hind to be a Pr. Teacher in M r Fenlake's howse in 
Cordington Parish, Bedfo. 

The howse of Esther Oviet in Eeling, Hants for Pr. 

Like for the howse of Edm: Younge in Rumsey, Southton 

Licence to John Goldwyer to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Edm: 
Young in Rumsey, Southton 

The Barne af Richard Kay in Bury, Lane. Pr. 

Licence to Jeremiah Scholes to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Salford, 
Lancastr. 

The howse of Jeremiah Scholes in Salford, Lancastr Pr. 

Like for the howse of John Mallinson at Simondswood in Wolton 
Lancastr 



E (176). 

Licence to John Mallinson to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Symonds- 

wood in Wolton Parish, Lancastr 
The howse of W m Walker at Pilkington, Lane. Pr. 
Licence to Rich: Holbrooke to be a Pr. Teacher in W m Walker's house 

at Pilkington, Lane. 
The howse of Fran. White in Temple combe, Somersett Pr. 
Licence to John Baker to be a Presb. Teacher in the howse of Fran: 

White in Templecomb Parish, Somersett 
The howse of Nathan: Webb in Bromha, Wilts Pr. 
Licence to Nath: Webb to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Bromhn, 

Wilts. 
The howse of Henry Matthew at Alton, Hants Pr. 
Licence to W m Bicknell to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Henry 

Matthew at Alton, Hants 
The howse of Rob: Warberton in Grange Lane, Chestr. Pr. 
Like for the howse of Ralph Hall at Grange Lane 
Licence to Ralph Hall to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Grange 

Lane, Chestr. 
The howse of Rob: Bagnall at Kaynsha 1 , Somersett Pr 
Licence to John Bush to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Rob: 

Bagnall at Kaynsha, Somersett 
The howse of W m Buckler at Warminster, Wilts Pr. 
Licence to Rob: Bartlett to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of W" 

Buckler at Warminster, Wilts 
The house of W m Stroud at Shipton Mallett, Somerset Pr. 
Licence to Edw: Bennet to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of W a 

Stroud at Shipton Mallett, Somerset 

33 2 



516 S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 

E (177). 

Licence to Thomas Badland to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse 

W m Cheatle in Worcester 
The howse of W m Cheatle in Worcester Pr. Meeting Place. 
Licence to Rich: Fincher to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

Rich: Corn ton in Worcester 
The howse of Rich: Cornton in Worcester Pr. 
Licence to James Hallet to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of John 

Dammer in Corne, Dorsatt 
The howse of John Hall in Bromingha, Warw. Pr. 
Like for the howse of W m Keeles in Darleton, Stafford 
Licence to Ralph Ecclesole to be a Pr. Teacher in W m Keels howse in 

Darleton, Stafford 
The howse of Eleanor Floyer in White Church, Dorsett Pr. 
Licence to John Price to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Eleanor 

Floyer in White Church, Dorsett 
The howse of Lancelott Cox in Beaminster, Dorsett Pr. 
Like for the howse of Arthur Bromley in Middleton, Lane. 
Like for the howse of Widow Dickinson in Middleton 
Licence to John Leaver to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Widow 

Dickinson in Middleton, Lane. 
The howse of Rich: Whitehall in Farnha, Stafford 
Licence to James Prince to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Rich: 

Withall in Farnha, Stafford 
The howse of Rich: Collier at Farnha, Staff. 
Licence to John Farole to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Rich: 

Collier at Farnha, Stafford. 



., 



E (178). 

The howse of Jonathan Grant at Hurnesco Grange, Yorke Pr. Meeting 

Place. 
Licence to Jonathan Grant to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Hur- 
nesco Grange, Yorke 
The howse of Noah Ward in little Askha, Yorke Pr. 
Licence to Noah Ward to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at little 

AskhS Yorke. 
The howse of Rowland Hancock of Shircliffe, Yorke Pr. Meeting 

Place. 
Licence to Rowland Hancocke to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at 

Shircliffe, Yorke 
The howse of John Shooden of Shetbourne, Yorke Pr. 
Licence to John Shooden to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Shert- 

bourne, Yorke 
The howse of Mary Kendall in Dowlish, Devon Pr. 
Like for the howse of W m Bowman in Shebbeare, Devon 
Like for the howse of Dor: Heard in Rosse Ash, Devon 
Like for the howse of VV 1 " May in Molland, Devon 
Licence to Nicholas Mallery to be a Pr. Teacher in the hows 

W ,n May in Molland, I)c I 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 517 

E (178) continued. 

The howse of John Bradley of Heniocke, Devon. Pr. 
The howse of Widow Drake in Culliton, Devon. Pr. 
Like for the howse of Tho: Stone in Causton, Norf. 



E (179). 

Like for the howse of Rich: Fisher at Westbromwick, Staff. 

Like for the howse of John Law at WestbroumhS, Staff. 

Licence for Thomas Creete to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of John 

Law at WestbroumhS, Staff. 
The howse of John Curie at Treshford, Somersett Pr. 
Like for the howse of Jos: Bernard at Stowford in Wingfield, Wilts. 
Licence to Thomas Gregg to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Jos: 

Bernard at Stowford in Wingfield, Stafford. 
The howse of John Locke at Beaminster, Dorsett Pr. 
The howse of Nich: Keston in Leicester, for Congr. 
Licence to Nicholas Keston to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in 

Leicester 
The howse of Rob. Tuchin at Limington, Berks. Pr. 
Licence to Rob. Tuchin to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Limington, 

Berks. 
The howse of John Dew in Abingdon, Berks Pr. 
Like for the howse of Cath: Blanchard in Abingdon 
The howse of D r Lazarus Seaman in Hammersmith Pr. 
Licence to John Barston to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Joane 

Hall in Sedbury, Hereford. 
The howse of John Giles in Dymock, Gloc. Pr. 
Licence to John Giles to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Dymock 

Gloc. 



E (180). 

The howse of Fran: Shemerdine at Northeren, Cestr. Pr. Meeting Place. 

Licence to Fran: Shelmerdine to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in 
Northeren, Cestr. 

The howse of John Crumwell in Mansfield, Notting. Pr. 

Licence to John Crumwell to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at Mans- 
field, Nottingh. 

The howse of Fisher at Sheffield, Yorke Congr. 

Licence to Rob. Durant to be a Congr. Teacher in M r Fisher's howse 
in Sheffield, Yorke 

Licence to Rob. Woolhowse to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in 
Clapwell, Yorke 

The howse of Rob. Greene at Andover, Hants. Pr. 

The howse of Rob: Woolhouse in Clapwell, York, Congr. 

Licence to Sam: Clayton to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at Rotheram, 
Yorke. 

The howse of Joane Hall in Ledbury, Heref. Pr. 

Like for the howse of Sam. Clayton at Rotherit, Yorke 



5 i8 S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 

E (180) continued. 

Licence to Rich: Taylor to be a Congr. Teacher in M r Fisher's howse 

in Sheffeild, Yorke 
Licence to John Beaton to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Tho: 

Lees at Athington, Sussex 
The howse of Sam: Buze at Manchester. Pr. 



E (181). 

Licence to Sam: Buze to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Manchester 

The howse of Steph: Ridge at Westminston, Sussex Pr. 

Like for the howse of Rich. Marchant in Dukeling, Sussex 

Licence to Rouland Hancocke to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in 
Shircliffe, Yorke 15 June. 

The howse of John Showden of Sherbourne, Yorke Pr. 

Licence to John Showden to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Shert- 
bourne, Yorke. 

The howse of Jonathan Grant at Hurnesco Grange Yorke Pr. 

Licence to Jonathan Grant to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Hur- 
nesco Grange, Yorke. 15 June. 

The howse of Sam: Jones in the Parish of Margan, Glamorgan Ind. 
Meeting Place. 

The howse of John Rouse Esq r in the Parish of Landrich Corn- 
wall Pr. 

The howse of W m Sault in the Parish of Edleston, Derby 

The howse of W m Bell of Oldton, Norf. Congr. 

Licence to Rob: Leman to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of John 
Bell in Oldton, Norf. 

The howse of Anthony Steaward in Tunstead, Norf. Congr. 

The howse of Henry Withers in Trunch Norf. Ind. 



E (182). 

The howse of John Green in Tunstead Norf. Congr. 

The howse of John Google at Trunch, Norf. Ind. 

The howse of Rob. Astwood in Albestley, Hunting. Congr. 

The howse of Geo: Cockaine at Cardington, Bedford Congr. 

Like for the howse of James Wilson at Cardington, 

Like for the howse of Rich: Thorogood in Southill, Bedf. 

The howse of John Thorogood at Lystington Cambr. Congr. 

Licence to John Thorogood to be a Con: Teacher in his howse in 

Lytherington, Cambr. 
The howse of Rob. Martey in Northton Congr. 
The howse of M r Woleston in Rurden, Northton. Congr. 
Like for the howse of W m Jordan in Westerby Leic. 
Like for the howse of John Heath in Great Bowden, Leic. 
Like for the howse of W m Hartshornc in Hmbrough, Leic. 
The howse of Dorothy Cooper in Bishop Parish, Somer. Pr. 
Licence to John Herring to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Dorothy 

Cooper in the Parish of Hill Bishop, Somer. 
The house of Cath. Chafe Widow at Sharbourne, Dorset Pr. 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 519 



E (182) continued. 

Licence to Humphrey Philips to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Cath. 

Chafe in Sharbourne, Dorsett 
The howse of Tho. Bagett in Ibstock, Leic. Pr. 
The howse of Thomas Taylor at Wickha, Bucks Bapt. 



E (183). 

Licence to Thomas Taylor to be an Anab. Teacher in his howse in 

Wickham, Bucks 
The howse of John Searle in the Parish of Wye in Kent, Bap. 
Licence to Tho: Glover to be an Anab. Teacher in the howse of 

John Searle in the Parish of Wye in Kent 
The howse of Marke Wright in Hastings, Sussex Anab. 
Licence to Rich: Bacon to be an Anab. Teacher in the howse of 

Marke Wright in Hastings, Sussex 
Licence to Matth: Sanders to be an Anab. Teacher in his howse at 

Norgame Kent 
The howse of Matth: Sanders at Norgame, Anab. 
Like for the howse of Tho: Bennet at Rolvenden, Kent 
Licence to Thomas Bennet to be an Anab. Teacher in his howse at 

Rolvenden, Kent 
The howse of John Higgins in Worton, Oxon Congr. 
Like for the howse of Josiah Difion in Chippen Norton, Oxon 
The howse of Geo: Toller in Marke tey, Essex Pr. 
Licence to W m Stebb to be a Congr. in his howse in great Tey, Essex 
The howse of W m Stebb at Great Tey, Essex Congr. 
Like for the howse of W m Whitebread at West Court, Isle of Wight. 
Like for the howse of John Smith at Castle hold, Wight 
Like to John Smith to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse at Castle hold, 

Wight 
The howse of Gideon Fisher in Carlton, Bedfor. Congr. 
Like fo 



E (184). 

The howse of John Smith in the Parish of St. Nicnas in the Isle of 

Wight Congr. 
The howse of John Mares in Newland Yorkshire. Ind. 
Licence to Thomas Oliver to be an Ind. Teacher in the howse of John 

Mares in Newland Yorke 
The howse of John Robinson in Kingston upon Hull Ind. 
Licence to Rich: Astley to be an Ind. Teacher in the howse of John 

Robinson in Kingston upon Hull 
The howse on Henry Godjer Esq r near Heanor, Darby Pr. 
Licence to Thomas Edge of Bath2, Stafford Pr. Grail 
The howse of Thomas Clarke in Ranow, Chestr Pr. 
The howse of John Wigleys Esq r at Wirkswirth, Derby Pr. 
Like for the howse of Wry Jeslen in Litchfield 
Like for the howse of Thomas Minor in Litchfield 
The howse of Thomas Parker in Cartington, Derby Pr. 



520 S. P. 'Born. E. B. 3 8a 

E (184) continued. 

Licence to John Bennet to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Over 

Parish, Derby 
The howse of John Bennet in the Parish of Over in Derby Pr. 
Like for the howse of John Cowper in Riply, Derby 
Like for the howse of Henry Wavers of Lofts Derby 
Like for the howse of Thomas Watton of Monyleare. Derby 
Like for the howse of Thomas Wilson in Coldmer Derby 
The howse of Rob: Wild near Heanor Derby Pr. 
Like for the howse of Phil. Morrice of Butterly Derby 



E (185). 

Like for the howse of Rob: Stone in Hallington, Derby 

Like for the howse of Rob: Ault in Bigging, Derby 

Like for the howse of W m Sterland of Marehayn Derby 

Like for the howse of W m Harrison in Little Eaton, Derby 

Like for the house of Margery Pegg in Duffield, Derby 

Like for the howse of Eliz: French in Duffield, Derby 

Like for the howse of Joseph Newha of Almaston, Derby 

Like for the howse of John Stone in Steventon, Derby 

Like for the howse of Eliz: Hey wood in little Ea'ton, Derby 

Like for the howse of Thomas Bishop in Stephenson, Derby 

Licence to John Hieron to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Losto 

Derby. 
The howse of John Heiron in Losto, Derby Pr. 
Licence to Jos: More to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Hopton, 

Derby 
The howse of Jos: More in Hopton, Derby Pr. 
Like for the howse of Rob: Wheatley in Newthorp, Nottingha" 
Like for the howse of John Hanford in Eastwood, Nottingha 
Licence to George Bindon to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Staple- 
grove, Somersett 
The howse of George Bindon in Staplegrove, Somerset Pr. 
Licence to Sam: Corbyn to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse near 

Aldersgate Street, London 
The howse of Sam. Corbyn near Aldersgate Street, London Pr. 



E (186). 

The howse of W m Luck to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Bridlington 

Yorke 
Licence to Thomas Bonnet to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at Glam- 

ford Bridge, Lincolne 
The howse of Tho: Bonnet at Glamford Bridge Pr. 
Licence to Rob. Fogg to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of John King 

in Namptwich, Ccstr. 
The howse of John King in Namptwich, Cestr. 
Licence to John Maiden to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Thomas 

Yates in White Church Parish, Salop 
The howse of Thomas Yates in White church Parish, Salop Pr : 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 521 



E (186) continued. 

Like for the howse of Rob: Benion in Allcington in White Church 

Parish, Salop 
Licence to Jos. Read to be a Pr. Teacher in Stambridge, Worcester 
The howse of John Read in Stambridge, Worcester 
Licence to Jos: Eccleshall to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in the 

Parish of Sedgley, Stafford 
The howse of Jos: Eccleshall in Sedgley Parish, Staff. Pr. 
Licence to Rich: Swinsen to be a Pr. Teacher in his own howse at 

Burton, Staff. 
The howse of Rich: Swinsen at Burton, Staff Pr. 
The howse of Hen: Savage of Milton Eurvest, Bed. Congr. 
Licence to W m Green of Fenstaunton Huntingd. Grail Pr. 
The howse of Rich: Bunny in S* Mary bourne, Hants Anab. 
The howse of Rob: Milwood at March in the Isle of Ely Cambr. Pr. 



E (187). 

Like for the howse of John Hopper at Sharpnowend Cambr. 

Like for the howse of Anne Brown in Littlebury, Essex 

Like for the howse of John Day of Eversden Cambr 

Like for the howse of Fran: Ewesden at Orwell, Cambr. 

Like for the howse of Rob: Barces of Barington, Cambr. 

Like for the howse of Humphrey Tiller in Southmolton, Devon 

Like for the howse of Widow Skynner in little Mudbury, Devon 

Licence to Sam: King of S fc Aldermary Parish, London to be a Grail 

Congr. 
The howse of Rob: Stephens of Watsocon, Norf. Congr. 
Like for the howse of Rob. Alford at Watsocon, 
Licence to Rob. Alford to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse at 

Watsocon, Norf. 
The howse of James Lev/es in Caldicot Parish Monm: Pr. 
Like for the howse of Watkin John in Monysly Parish, Monm. 
Licence to Watkin John to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Monysley 

Parish Monm. 
The howse of John French at Cardiff, Glamorgan Pr. 
Licence to John French to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at Cardiff, 

Glamorgan 
Licence to John Traughton to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in 

Bissester, Oxon 
The howse of John Traughton in Bissester, Oxon Pr. 
The howse of Morgan Thomas of Wenvor Glamorgan, Pr 
Licence to Josuah Miller to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Morgan 

Thomas in Wenvor Parish, Glamorgan 



E (188). 

Licence to Thomas Miles of Litchfield to be a Grail Pr. Teacher. 

Licence to Thomas Joseph to be an Anab. Teacher in his howse at 

Bridgend, Glamorgan. 
The howse of W m Andrews of Newton, Glamorg. Anab. 



522 S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 

E (188) continued. 

Licence to Howell Thomas to be an Anab. Teacher in the howse of 

W m Andrews at Newton, Glamorg. 
The howse of W m Atkins in the Parish of Hartland, Devon Pr. 
The howse of Widow Williams in S l Bride, Glamorg. Anab. 
Like for the howse of Thomas Joseph at Bridgend, Glam. 
Licence to Sam: Fairechild to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of John 

Hocklie in Infield, Middl. 
The howse of Llewellin Morgan at Llangewyth, Glamorgan Anab. 
Licence to W m Beat to be an Ind. Teacher in his howse in Cripplegate, 

London 
The howse of W m Harris in South winfield, Derby Congr. 
Like for the howse of Matth: Hancock in Dale, Derby 
Like for the howse of Widow Minonot neare Dale, Derby 
Like for the howse of W m Anible in Pentridge, Derby 
Licence to Sam: Charles to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of John 

Bromiley in Chesterfield, Derby 
The howse of John Bromiley in Chesterfield, Derby Pr. 
The howse of Sam: Coates at Wath, Yorke Pr. 
Licence to Sam: Coates to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Wath, 

Yorke 
The howse of Geo: Poynton in Chesterfield, Derby Congr. 



E (189). 

Like for the howse of John Otefield in Alfreton, Derby 

Like for the howse of John Oates at Hearts hay, Derby 

The howse of John Hockloe in Infield, Midd. Pr. 

Like for the howse of John Hawtyn in Daventry Northton 

Like for the howse of W m Manley in Daventry 

Like for the howse of Roger Turner in Sandbaes Parish, Cestr. 

Like for the howse of John Burgesse of Asbury Cestr. 

Like for the howse of John Maiden in Namptwich, Cestr. 

Licence to Thomas Yates to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Rob: 

Benion in Alkington in Whitechurch Parish, Salop 
Licence to Rich: Sadler to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of W m 

Benjon in Preesse Parish, Salop 
The howse of W m Benjon in Preesse Parish, Salop. Pr. 
Licence to John Bush of Langport, Somerset Grail Pr. 
Like to Henry Butter of Lavington, Somerset 
Like to John Humphrey of Kingsbury, Somersett. 
The howse of W m Trevithick of S l Evace, Cornwall Pr. 
Licence to W m Trevithick to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in St. Evall 

Parish, Cornwall 
The bame of W m Rogers in Doughting Parish Somersett Pr. 
Like for the howse of Geo: Portnell in North petherton, Somer. 
The howse of Rob: Penberton at St. Albans, Hartford Congr. 
Like for the howse of Nathan: Eeles at Harpenden, Hartford 
Licence to Nathan: Eeles to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse at 

Harpenden, J I art ford. 
The howse of Rich: Haylies in Epping, Essex Congr. 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 38A 523 



made in Parchm* 

thus by my L d Cliffords 

Order. 29 June. 



E (190). 

The howse of Jos. Skoulding in Middleton Congr. 29 June 

Licence to Fran: Bampfield a Nonconforming 
Minister to teach in any licensed place. 
29 June. 
License to Tho: Trewren to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in the 

Parish of Ovingha, Northumb. 29 June 
The howse of Thomas Trewren in Ovingha Parish, Northu. Congr. 

29 June 
Licence to John Davy to be a Congr. Teacher in Reginald Walton's 

howse at Aulston More, Cumber. 29 June 
The howse of Reginald Walton at Alston More in Cumber. Congr. 

29 June 
The howse of Thomas Miller in the Isle of Hayling in Southton, Pr. 

29 June 
Licence to John Ridge to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Thomas 

Miller in the Isle of Hayling, Southton 29 June 
The howse of Tho: Bayly of Havant, Southton Pr. 29 June 
Like for the howse of Thomas Burbanck in Rumsey, Southton 29 June 
Licence to John Harrison to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Thomas 

Bayly in Havant, Southton 29 June 
Licence to Henry Perkins to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse at 

Horton, Dorsett 29 June 
Licence to Is. Shipdam to be an Ind. Teacher in the howse of Matthias 

Elsgood in Oxwick, Norfolk 29 June 
A Roome or Roomes in Wotton Court in the Parish of Wotton, Kent 

Pr. 29 June 
Licence to John Starkey to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Widow 

Ashurst in Ormskirk Parish, Lane. 29 June 



E (191). 

Licence to James Rogers to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

Sarah Adams at Kitchin in Hartf. 29 June 
Licence to Jacob Votier to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Widow 

Craine at Spexall in Suffolk. 29 June 
Licence to John Baker of Curry Mallett, Somersett to be a Grail 

Pr. Teacher. 29 June 
Licence to Sam: Sprint to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse at Clatford 

neare Andover, Hants. 29 June 
Licence to Theophilus Burton to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at 

Swinderby, Lincoln. 29 June 
Licence to Thomas Budd of Barrington, Somersett to be a Grail 

Pr. Teacher. 29 June 
The howse of Baxter Slyes at Eyebury, Northton Pr. 29 June 
Like for the howse of Silvester Emling in Stamford, Line. 29 June 
Like for the howse of Peter Woodcock at Cowrott, Rutland 29 June 
Like for the howse of Alexander Blake at S 1 Martins Northton 29 June 
Like for the howse of Henry Light at Storimister Marshall Dorsett 

29 June 



524 S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 

E (191) continued. 

The howse of Eliz: Hubbman at Flintham, Nottingha. Congr. 29 June 

Licence to John Mauditt of S fc Mary Autry Devon to be a Grail Pr. 

Teacher. 29 June 
Licence to Henry Cornish of Stanton Harcourt, Oxon to be a Grail 

Pr. Teacher. 29 June 
The howse of John Barnham of S l Andrew's Parish in Norwich Pr. 

29 June 
Licence to Benj. Snowden to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of John 

Barnham in S l Andrew's Parish in Norwich. 29 June 



E (192). 

Licence to Lougher to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of John 

Doughty at Northrep, Norfolk 29 June 
Howse of Rich: Sampson to be a Congr. Meeting Place in Fresingfield 

Suffolk. 29 June 
Licence to W m Goulding to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

Rich: Sampson at Fressingfield, Suffolk. 29 June 
The howse of Richard Sighurst 111 Town Mallin, Kent Pr. 1 July 
Licence to Sam: French to be a Pr. Teacher in .the howse of Rich: 

Sighurst in Town Mallin in Kent. 1 July 
Licence to Austin Plumstead to be an Ind. Teacher in the howse of 

Ann Fenn at Framlingha, Suffolk 
The howse of Anne Fenn at Framlingha, Suffolk Ind. 
Like for the howse of John Fenn there. 
Like for the howse of Thomas Buck in Ashfield, Suffolk 
Licence to John Strowger to be an Ind. Teacher in the howse of 

James Harvey in Eye, Suffolk 
The howse of James Harvey in Eye, Suffolk. Ind. 
Like for the howse of Jos. Blissett in Eye, 
Licence to James Waller to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Edm. 

Frost in Hunston, Suffolk. 
The howse of Edm: Frost in Hunston, Suffolk Pr. 
Like for the howse of M rs Moseley in Owesden, Suffolk 
Licence to Thomas Folkerd to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in 

Walpoole, Suffolk 
The howse of Thomas Folkerd in Walpoole, Suffolk Pr. 



E (193). 

The howse of W m Shipps at Peterborough, Northton Pr. 

Like for the howse of Barnaby Knowles in Peterborough 

Like for the howse of John Bladwick there. 

Licence for Rich: Farrand to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at 

Musberry, Devon 
The howse of Charles Gilbert at Albourne, Wilts Pr. 
The howse of Hen: Perkins in Horton, Dorsett. Congr. 
Licence to Simond King to be a Pr. Teacher In his howse at Longorton, 

Huntingdon 
The howse of Simond King in Longorton, Huntingd. 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 525 



E (198) continued. 

The howse of Giles Lawrence at Broadway, Wore. Congr. 

Licence to John Westmakote to be a Congr. Teacher in Giles 

Lawrances at Broadway, Worcester 
The howse of Thomas Worden at Broadway, Wore. Congr. 
Licence to Thomas Worden to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse at 

Broadway Wore. 
The howse of Giles Lawrence in Burton, Gloc. Congr. 
Licence to John Dunce to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of Giles 

Lawrence in Burton, Gloc. 
Licence to John Packland to be an Ind. Teacher in the howse of John 

Newton in Anlaby near Hull. 
The howse of John Newton in Anlaby near Hull Ind. 
The howse of Widow Rickett at Elington, Gloc. Congr. 
Licence to John Ward to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of Widow 

Rickett at Elington, Gloc. 
The howse of Matthias Elgood in Oxwith, Norfolk 



E (194). [The first eleven entries on this page in another hand. Ed.] 

The house Stephen Lyte of South peterton in Somerset. Presb: 
The house of John Turner of Crickett in Somersett Pr. 
Licence for John Turner to be a PresD. Teacher att his one house att 

Crickett in Somersettshire 
The house of W m Jerard at Wincalton Somers 4 : Pr. 
The house of W m Cooper of Marstock in Somer 1 . Pr. 
Licence for W m Cooper a Pres. Teacher att his owne house att Martock 

in Somers 1 . 
The house of Nicholas Gundry att Southarp, Somers 1 . Pr. 
Licence for Tho: Creese of y e pish of Dunkerton a gen* 111 Presb: 

Teacher Somers 1 
The house of Tho: Smith of Huntington Sussex. Pr. 
The house of Edward Parker att Calne Wilts. Pr. 
Licence for Jonathan GofFerod a Pr. Teacher att the house of M rs 

Mosley of Owesden Suffolk 

[From this point in B*s hand. Ed.] 
The howse of Francis Johnson in Grayes Inn, London Ind. 
Licence to James Stephenson to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of 

W m Welman at Martock, Somersett 
Licence to Fran: Johnson to be an Ind. Teacher in his own howse at 

Grays Inn Lane, London. 
The howse of W m Wellman at Martock, Somersett Pr 
The howse of W m Beale in Cripplegate, London Ind. 
The howse of W m Beard at New Castle, Stafford Pr. 



E (195). 

Licence to W m Oliver of Nassington, Northton. Grail Pr. 

Like to Hen: Butler of Lavington, Somersett 

The howse of George Bisse at Martock, Somersett Pr. 



526 S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 

E (195) continued. 

Like for the howse of Rich: Farrand at Musbury, Devon. 

The howse of George Eds at Thackham, Sussex Congr. 

The howse of Rob: Bullen at Fouke, Dorsett Pr. 

Licence to Nathan: Ball to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Epping, 

Middl. 
The howse of Nathan: Ball at Epping, Midd. Pr. 
Licence to Thomas Wilmore to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

Barn: Tully at Shipley, Sussex 
The howse of Barnard Tully at Shipley, Sussex Congr. 
The howse of Hannah Weale at Longhope, Glocester, Pr. 
Like for the howse of Giles Barnardiston Esq r at Clare in Sussex 
Like for the howse of James Bowden at Probas, Corn. 
Like for the howse of Phil. Garret at Langborne Woodland, Berks 
Like for the howse of John Holton in Bradford Parish, Wilts. 
Like for the howse of Nicftas Knight at Broadhembury, Wilts 
Like for the howse of Henry Shipperd at Fighelden, Wilts 
Like for the howse of Richard Hearne at Netherhaven, Wilts 
Like for the howse of John Hildesley in Christ Church Parish, 

Southton 
Like for the howse of W m Marshall in Christ Church Parish, 

Southton 
Like for the howse of John Hancock at Ringwood, Southton 



E (196). 

A Lycence for William Sheffefield of the presbyterien perswagion at his 

owne house in Upper Kibworth in Licestershire 16 th of July 

[The above entry in a different hand. Ed.] 
The Oratory of John Bradshaw Esq r in Rivington Lane. Pr. 

1 6 July. 
The Meeting Place in Rivington Lane. Pr. 16 July. 
The Meeting Place in Longaridge, Lane. Pr. 16 July 
Licence to John Frankland of Pr. Grail. 

Like to Timothy Hall of 16 July. 

Like to John Yardly of Weald, Essex. 16 July 
Like to Thomas Gilson of Weald 16 July 
Like to Edw: Kightly of Barking, Essex. 16 July 
The howse of Ralph Taylor in Weald, Pr. 16 July 
The howse of John Palmer in Chiderditch, Essex. Pr. 16 July 
The howse of John Bill at Weald, Pr. 16 July 
The howse of Jeremiah Reeve at Chiderditch, Pr. 16 July 
The howse of John Petchy at Cranna*, Essex 16 July 
Like for Phil. Dixon's howse there 16 July 
Cuthbert Harrison's howse in Singleton Grange in KirkhS Parish Lane. 

Congr. 1 6 July 
The meeting howse in Elswick Lees, in the Parish of St. Michaels, 

Lane. Congr. 16 July 
Licence to Cuthbert Harrison to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in 

Singleton Grange. 16 July 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 527 



E (196) continued. 

Licence to Sam: Jones Ind. to be a teacher at his howse in Margam 

Parish Glamorgan. 16 July 
The howse of Sam: Jones at Margam, Glamorgan Ind. 16 July. 



E (197). 

Watkin Cradock Ind. in his howse in Newton Glamorgan. 16 July 

The howse of Watkin Cradock in Newton, Glamorgan Ind. 

16 July 
Robert Thomas Congr. in his howse at Bagland, Glamorgan. 16 July 
The howse of Rob: Thomas of Bagland, Glamorgan Congr. 

16 July 
The howse of Lewes Alward in Kneffig, Glamorgan Ind. 16 July 
Jacob Christophers Ind. to teach in Lewes Alwards howse in Kneffig, 

Glamorgan. 16 July 
The howse of Widow Hodges at Shipton, Gloc. Pr. 16 July 
W m Hodges to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Widow Hodges at 

Shipton, Gloc. 16 July 
The howse of Geo: Larkha in Bridekirke, Cumber. Pr. 16 July 
Like for the howse of Gawen Wren at Crosthwaite, Cumber. 

16 July 
George Benson, Pr. in his howse in Kirkby Kendall, Westmer. 

16 July 
The howse of Geo: Benson in Kirkby Kendall, Westmer. Pr. 

16 July 
Like for Rich: Lowryes howse at Cockermouth, Cumber. 16 July 
Like for Rich: Eglesholds howse at Allarby, Cumber. 16 July 
Like for Thomas Younghusband's howse at Torpenhow, Cumber. 

16 July 
Like for the howse of John Casse at Embleton, Cumber. 16 July. 
Dan. Ray Pr. Teacher in his howse at Redgwell in Essex 22 July 72. 
The howse of Dan: Ray at Redgwell in Essex. Pr. 22 July. 
The howse of Sam: Clarke in Wincheaden, Bucks Pr. 22 July. 
The howse of Catherine Booth in Chester Pr. 22 July. 
Licence to John Wilson to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Catherine 

Booth in Chester 22 July. 



E (198). 

The howse of Rob: Warburton Esq r of the Grange, Cestr. Pr. 

22 July 
The howse of Ralph Hall in Weverha, Cestr. Pr. 22. July 
Licence to Ralph Hall to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Weverha 

in Cheshire. 22 July 
The howse of John Smith at Hadligh in Suffolk Pr. 22 
The howse of John Owen in Wolsington, Northumber Pr. 22 July 
Licence to John Owen to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Wolsington, 

Northumb. 22 July 
The howse of W m Swaine at Withiebrooke, Warwick Pr. 22 July 



528 S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 

E (198) continued. 

Licence to W m Swaine to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at Withie- 

brooke, Warwick. 22 July 
The howse of Sam: Reed in S l Johns Street in Wells Pr. 22 July 
W m Cooper of Crewkherne, Somersett Grail Pr. 22 July 
The howse of John Serry in Crewkherne, Somersett Pr. 22 July 
Like for Edw: Taylor's howse at Poole, 22 July. 
Like for John Collins howse in Morden Dorsett 22 July 
Licence to Sam: Ball to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of John Collins 

in Morden, Dorsett. 22 July 
The howse of Dorothy Chapman in Worha, Dorsett. Pr. 22 July 
Like for Rich: Boothones howse in Darby. 22 July 
Licence to Jonathan Stanford to be a Pr. Teacher in Richard Boothones 

howse in Darby 22. July 
The howse of Fran: Cockaynd in Chusden, Darby Pr. 22 July 
Licence to Timothy Stanford to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of 

Fran: Cockaynd in Chusdon, Derby. 22 July. 
The howse of David Wawell of West Court, Wight Congr. 

22 July 
Like for Eliz: Hawkins's howse at Fleethaven, Bedford 22 July 
Like for the howse of John Ward in Biglesward, Bedford. 22 July. 



E (199). 

Like for the howse of Rich: Ravens in Thorncott at Northhill, Bed. 

22 July 
Like for the howse of Peter Yorke at Dean, Bedford 22 July 
Like for the howse of James Mee at Deane, Bedford. 22 July 
Licence to James Mee to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse at Deane, 

Bedford. 22 July 
Like to Tho: Richards att his howse in Kaishere, Bedford 22 July 
The howse of John Lydiard in Bedford, Wilts, Bapt. 22 July 
W m Harden of Southton Town Grail Pr. 22 July 
The howse of Sam: Ball att Holton, Dorsett Pr. 22 July 
Like for the howse of John Hurts at Bolton, Lane. 22 July 
Like for the howse of James Bradshaw of Hindly Lane. 22 July 
Like for the howse of Widow Craines in Spexall, Suffolk 22 July 
Like for the howse of Widow Ashurst in Ormeskirk Parish, Lane. 

22 July 
Licence to Rob: Biloa of Stebing, Essex to teach in any Place Pr. 

22 July. 
Like to Thomas Clarke of Dunmore, Essex Congr. 22 July. 
Like to Giles Nicholson of Kirkoswold, Cumber. 22 July 
The howse of Rob: Middleton in Luppit, Devon Pr. 22 July 
Like for the howse of W m Denn in Broad Street London 22 July 
Like for the howse of John Hubberts in Broadstreet, London 

22 July 
Like for the howse of John Reynolds in Great Samford, Essex 

22 July 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 529 



E (199) continued. 

Licence to Isaac Grandocge of Black Postley, Essex Pr. Grail 

22 July 
The howse of W m Froise of Bodman, Cornwall Pr. 22 July 
Licence to W m Froise to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at Bodman 

Cornwall 22 July 
Licence to Rowland Stedman to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Sam: 

Clerke in Wincheaden, Bucks. 22 July 
George Long of Leicester Pr. Grail. 22 July. 72. 



E f200). 

The howse of John Lawrence in Stanton Parish, Southton Pr. 

22 July 
The howse of Ralph Spragg in Strutt Parish Devon* Congr. 

22 July 
Licence to Thomas Wellman to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

Ralph Spragg in Strutt Parish, Devon. 22 July 
The howse of John Bennet in Little Over, Darby Pr. 22 July 
Licence to John Bennet to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in little Over, 

Darby. 22 July 
The howse of W m Andrewes in Wells, Pr. 22 July 
Licence to Jos: Holdsworth to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Wake- 
field, Yorke. 22 July 
The howse of Jos: Holdsworth in Wakefield, Yorke 22 July 
The howse of George Colborne in Royley Regis in Stafford Pr. 

22 July 
The howse of Geo: Steele at Marsfield Gloc. Pr. 22 July 
Licence to George Seele to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at Marsfield, 

Gloc. 22 July. 
The howse of Mary Cradock at Tidbury, Gloc. Pr. 22 July 
The howse of Eliz: Stirrup in Worcester, Pr. 22 July 
Licence to Rich: Woolly to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Eliz: 

Stirrup in Worcester. 22 July 
The howse of James Organesat Castlecomb, Wilts Pr. 22 July 
The howse of W m Brooke in Fillongby Parish, Warwick 22 July 
Licence to W m Brooke to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Fillongley, 

Warw. 22 July 
The howse of Rich: King in Southton Towne. Pr. 22 July 
Licence to Rich: King to be a Pr. Teacher in his own howse in 

Southton. 22 July 



E (201). 

The howse of W m Winne in Christionate, Denbigh, Congr. 22 July 
The howse of Mary Lloyd in Cynvell, Merioneth Congr. 22 July 
Like for the howse of John Yaxley att the Golden Still in Holborn, 

London. 22 July 
Licence for John Yaxley to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse att the 

Golden Still in Holborn. 22 July 
Licence to Boorfitt of Woolwich in Kent Pr. Grail. 22 July 

34 



53 S. P. T>om. E. B. 38A 



E (201) continued. 

The howse of Josuah Titerie in Woolwich Kent Pr. 22 July 

Like for John Batch's howse in Ashford, Darbj 22 July 

Like for Thomas Nabes howse in Leek Parish, Stafford 22 July 

Like for Sarah Burton's howse in Caudwell, Darby. 22 July 

Licence to Thomas Hill of Caudwell, Darby Pr. Grail 22 July 

Like to Rob: Motley of Armescraft, Darby 22 July 

The howse of Jos: Cooper in Kings norton, Wore. Pr. 22 July 

Licence to Joseph Cooper to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at Kings- 

norton, Wore. 22 July. 
A Lycence for Nathaniell Robinson of the Congregationall perswasion 

to teach in the house of John Wheale in Rumsey in our County 

Rumzey 

of Southampton, & in the house of Thomas Phelps in our said 

County of Southampton &c 22 th of July 

[In another hand. Ed.] 

Licence to Thomas Showell to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in 

LenhS Parish, Kent. 22 July 
The howse of Thomas Shewell in Lenha Parish Kent 22 July 
Like for the howse of Sarah Adams at Hitchin, Hartford 22 July 
Licence to George Hammond to be an Anabapt.' Teacher in the howse 

of James Harding at Biddendon, Kent 22 July 
The howse of James Harding at Biddendon, Kent 22 July 
The howse of Henry Hulanes at Piddleworth, Essex, Pr. 22 July 
Like for the howse of Jeoffrey Dautrie at Petworth, Essex 22 July 



E (202). 

The howse of John Case in great Queens Street in S l Giles's in the 

fields, London Pr. 22 July 
The howse of James Harding at Biddendon Kent. Anab. 22 July 
The howse of Simon Andrews at Edgton, Rutland Pr. 22 July 
The howse of Margaret Wilks at Dekha, Rutland Congr. 22 July 
Licence to . . . Gibbs to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of Rob. 

Seabrook at Ashwood, Bucks 22 July 
The howse of Rob: Seabrooke at Astwood, Bucks, Congr. 22 July 
Like for W m Garrett's howse at Meares Ashby, Northton 22 July 
The howse of Ralph Pune at Greens Norton, Northton Pr. 22 July 
Like for Rebecca Mulsoe's howse at Greensnorton, 22 July 
Like for Sam: Wolfords howse in Northton 22 July 
Like for Abraha Harper's howse at Rugby, Warwick 22 July 
Like for the howse of Abraha Worth at Kingnewnha" Warwick. 

22 July. 
Licence to Phil: Rogers to be a Congr. Teacher in his own how 

S l Martines Parish, Shropshire. 22 July 
The howse of Phil: Rogers in S l Martins Parish, Shrop. Congr. 22 July 
The howse of Anne Withers at Kingsley in S l Nicholas Parish, 

Norfolk Pr. 22 July 
Like for Rob: Ken ward's howse at Isfield, Sussex 22 July 
The howse of Edward Rosse at Sukley, Worcester Pr. 22 July 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 38A 531 



E (202) continued. 

Like for the howse of John Hawkins in Dymock, Gloc. 22 July 
Like for the howse of John White in Dymock, Gloc. 22 July. 
Like for W Collett howse at Ware, Hartford 22 July 



E (203). 

The howse of John Wheeler at Royston Cambr. Congr. 22 July 
Like for the howse of . . . Coxs in Harford. 22 July 
Licence to Edw: Burry to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of W* Small- 
wood in Routon Towne, Stafford 22 July 
The howse of W m Palmer at Fishwick, Stafford Pr. 22 July 
Licence to Rich: Swintin to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of W" 

Palmer at Fishwick, Stafford. 22 July 
The howse of W m Smalwood in Routon Towne, Stafford Pr. 22 July 
Like for the howse of Thomas Strimshawe at Eagleshall, Stafford. 

22 July 
Like for the howse of Margarett Perkins there. 22 July 
Licence to Owen Stockton to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of John 

Smith at Hadligh, Stafford. 22 July 
The howse of James Blackmore at Tenterden Kent Anab. 22 July 
Licence to James Blackmore to be an Anab. Teacher in his howse 

at Tenterden Kent 22 July 
The howse of John Ingerson at Grantha Lincolne, Pr. 22 July 
Like for Rich d Franckland's howse at Rushmilne, Yorke 22 July 
Licence to Rich: Franckland to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in 

Rushmilne, Yorke. 22 July 
The howse of W m Syll in Kendall, Westmer. Pr 22 July 
The howse of W m Warriner in Whinfield, Westmer Pr. 22 July 
The howse of Edw: Parker in Calden, Wilts. 22 July. 
Licence to Geo. Robinson to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

Geo: Morgan, in Lantrisen Monmouth 22 July. 



E (204). 

The howse of George Morgan in Santrisen, Monmouth. Congr. 

22 July 
Like for the howse of W m Richards in Langume, Monm. 22 July 
Licence for Walter Williams to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse 

of Edw. Waters in Langyby, Monm. 22 July 
The howse of Edw: Waters in Langyby Monm. Congr. 22 July 
Licence to W m Rundell to be a Bapt. Teacher in the howse of 

Richard Eggerdon in Whatley, Somersett 22 July 
The howse of Rich: Eggerdon in Whatley, Somer. Bapt. 22 July 
Licence to Jer: Paine to be a Bapt. Teacher in the howse of Andrew 

Shord in little Whatley, Somersett 22 July 
The howse of Andrew Shord in little Whatley, Somersett Bapt. 

22 July 
Licence to John Davison to be a Bapt. Teacher in the howse of John 

Wayland in Fromzelwood, Som. 22 July 

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532 S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 

E (204) continued. 

The howse of John Wayland in Fromzelwood, Som. 22 July 

Licence to Rich: Godge to be an Anab. Teacher in the howse of 

George Hopper in Frozelwood, Somer. 22 July 
The howse of Geo: Hopper at Frozelwood, Anab. 22 July 
Like for John Oldmixons howse in Bridgwater. 22 July 
Licence to Nathan: Byfleld to be a Bapt. Teacher in the howse of 

John Oldmixon, Somersett. 22 July 
The howse of Widow Martyne at Netherex, Devon Pr. 22 July 
Like for Humphrey Saxon's howse in Chudleigh, Devon 22 July 
Like for Martha Slades howse in Otterton, Devon 22 July 
Like for John Hayes howse in Northhall Parish, Staff. 22 July 
Licence to Thomas Jarman to be a Bapt. Teacher in the howse of 

Thomas Heretage in Marsha Parish, Kent. 22 July 



E (205). 

The howse of Thomas Heretage in Marsha Parish, Kent Bapt. 

22 July 
Licence to Norton Munden to be a Bapt. Teacher in the howse of 

George Wadlow in the Parish of Wye, Kent. 
The howse of George Wadlow in Wye Parish Kent. Bapt. 

22 July. 
Licence to John Garman to be a Bapt. Teacher in the howse of Michael 

Hadlow in Wye Parish, Kent. 22 July 
The howse of Michael Hadlow in the Parish of Wye, Kent. 

22 July 
Licence to Thomas Glover to be a Bapt. Teacher in the howse of 

John Searles in the Parish of Wye, Kent. 22 July 
Licence to Thomas Brookes to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse 

of John Bagges in Limestreet, London 22 July 
The howse of John Baggs in Lime street London, Congr. 22 July 
The howse of Rich: Pemble in little Barkhastead, Hartford. Pr. 

22 July 
Licence to Peter Sterry to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Rich: 

Pemble in little Barhastead, Hartford. 22 July 
Licence to Sam: Buckler to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

Geo: White at Mainetry in Essex. 22 July 
The howse of Geo: White at Mainetry, Essex Congr. 22 July 
The howse of W m Alcock in Fulshaw in Wilcastow, Cestr. Pr. 

22 July 
Licence to Hen: Sharpwell of Bradford, Wilts to be a Bapt. Teachdj 

Gr. 22 July 
Like to Paul Frewen of Trebridge, Wilts. 22 July 
The howse of Tho: Richards in Kaishire, Bedf. Congr. 22 July 
Like for the howse of John Holledge in Kingbolton, Hunting. 22 July 
The howse of John Saphery in Ash Parish, Kent Pr. 22 July 
Licence to John Holledgfe to be a Congr. Teacher in his how 

Kingbolton, Huntingd. 22 July 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 533 

E (206). 

The howse of Jos: Studley in Mayfield, Sussex Congr. 22 July 

Licence to John Brett to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Jos: 

Studley in Mayfield, Sussex. 22 July 
The howse of Rich: Button in Mayfield, Sussex Congr. 22 July 
Licence to Jos: Whyton to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of Rich: 

Button in Mayfield, Sussex 22 July 
The howse of James Day at Stratford, Sussex Congr. 22 July 
The howse of W m Tomes in Saltash, Cornwall Pr. 22 July 
Like for Nicholas Tiacks's howse there. 22 July 
Like for Charles Mortons house in S l Ives Parish Cornwall 22 July 
Like for W m Penalarickes howse at Helston Cornwall 22 July 
Like for the howse of Peter Clarke at Falmouth 22 July 
Like for Tho: Hancocks howse in Morvell Parish, Corn. 22 July 
Like for Widdow Trelandries howse in Penryn Corn. 22 July 
Like for W m Ellictts howse at Lostwithall Corn. 22 July 
Like for the howse of John Haddissey in SarQ. 22 July 
Like for the howse of Valentine Parrise in Eastloe, Corn. 22 July 
Licence to Geo: Wright to be a Pr. Teacher in his own howse at 

Kingnorton, Wore. 22 July 
The howse of Geo: Wright at Kingsnorton, Wore. Pr. 22 July 
Licence to Tho: Milaway of Cogshall, Essex to be a Grail Congr. 

Teacher. 22 July 
The howse of Jos: Robinson in Birmingha, Warw. Pr. 22 July 
Like for Rich: Yarnalds howse there. 22 July 
Like for Sam: Doely's howse there. 22 July 
Like for W m Finchers howse there. 22 July 



E (207). 

Like for Sam: Taylor's howse there. 22 July. 

Licence to W m Fincher to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Birmingha. 

22 July 
Like to Sam: Willis in Jos: Robinson's howse in Birmingha 22 July 
The howse of Jos: More att Hopton, Darby Pr. 22 July 
Like for Luke Cranwells howse at Regworth Leic. 22 July 
Like for the howse of John S< Nicholas at Burbage Leic. 22 July 
Licence to John S fc Nicholas to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at 

Burbage Leic. 22 July 
The howse of Michael Gargrave in Bradford, Yorke Pr. 22 July 
Licence to Mich: Gargrave to be a Pr.Teacher in his howse in Bradford, 

Yorke. 
The howse of John Carte at Dennfield Darby Pr. 22 July 
Licence to John Carte to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at Denn- 
field, Darby. 22 July 
Licence to Thomas SwettnS of Darby Gr. Pr. 22 July. 
The howse of Edw: Stone of Macclesfield, Cestr. Pr. 22 July 
Like for John Connestable's howse of Beeston, Nottingha* 25 July 
Like for Edw. Deane's howse in Lower Withington, Cestr. 25 July 



534 S. P- Vom. E. B. 3 8a 

E {207)contitmed. 

Licence to Jos: Wilson to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Richard 

Barnes in Kingston upon Hull. 25 July 
The howse of W m Samson at Bothenhampton, Dorsett Pr. 25 July 
Licence to Nathan: Mitchell to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of W m 

Newman in S l Peters Hungate in Norwich. 25 July 
Licence to John Woolstane to be an Anab: Teacher in the howse of 

Sam: Durrant in Ingha, Norfolk. 25 July 
The howse of Sam: Durrant at Ingha, Norfolk Anab. 25 July 
The house of W m Osborne of Hanworth in Staffordsli. Pr. 
The house of W m Heeley of Hanworth in Staffordsli. 

[These last two in a different hand. Ed.] 



E (208). 

Licence to Rob: Wood to be an Anab. Teacher in the howse of Eliz: 

Becker in East Ruston, Norfolk. 25 July 
The howse of Rob: Pinney in Chard, Somersett Pr. 25 July 
Licence to Fran: Clayton to be an Anab. Teacher in the howse of 

W m Powers in Ashurston, Warw. 25 July 
The Barne of John Bouthame in Cloughead, Darby Pr. 25 July 
Like for the howse of John Reynolds in Bunhillfields, London 

25 July 
Licence to John Reynolds to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Bunhill 

fields London. 25 July 
The howse of Eliz: Morrice in Oblise Combe Somersett Pr. 

25 July 
Like for John Mottram's howse in Mottram, Cestr. 25 July 
Like for Rob: Batts howse in Chard, Somersett. 25 July 
Licence to Nich: Mallase to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in South- 

molton. 25 July. 
The howse of Nich: Mallase in Southmolton, Pr. 25 July 
The howse of John Wayland in Froom, Somersett Bapt. 25 July 
Licence to Jos: Masters of Cheston, Hartford, Bapt. Gr. 25 July 
Licence to John Davydson to be a Bapt. Teacher in the howse of John 

Wayland in Froom, Somersett. 25 July 
The howse of Tho: Chapman at Whittington, Warw. Bapt. 

25 July 
Licence to Manasses King to be an Anab. Teacher in the howse of 

Thomas Chapman at Whitington, Warw. 25 July 
The howse of W m Sadler in Nuneaton, Warw. Bapt. 25 July 
Licence to Rob: More to be an Pr. Teacher in the howse of Gabr. 

Wayne in Cutthorp, Darby 25 July 
The howse of Gabr. Wayne in Cutthorp, Darby 25 July 



E (209). 

The howse of Richard Barnes at Kingston upon Hull, Pr. 25 July 
The howse of W ,n Clarke at WithS Frary, Somersett. Bapt 
25 July 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 535 



I 



E (209) continued. 

Licence to Rob: Cox to be a Bapt. Teacher in the howse of Francis 

Hartgill in the Parish of Kilmunton, Somersett 25 July 
The howse of Fran: Hartgill in Kilminton Parish, Somersett Bapt. 

25 July 
The howse of John Maurice in Sherenewton, Monm: Congr. 

25 July 
Licence to Thomas Quarrell to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

John Maurice in Sherenewton, Monm. 25 July 
The howse of Mich: Paine at Thometon, Leic. Pr. 25 July 
The howse of W m Newman in S l Peters Hungate Parish, Norwich 

Pr. 25 July 
Licence to Dan. Shelmerdyne to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in 

Twyford, Derby 25 July. 
Like to Jeremy Scholes in the outhowsing of Thomas Low in Chorlton 

in Manchester Parish, Lancastr. 25 July 
The howse of Thomas Low in Chorlton, Pr. 25 July 
Like for Dan: Shelmerdyne's howse in Twyford, Derby 25 July. 
Like for Matthew Hubbards howse in Mitch Ashley, Leic. 25 July 
The howse of Eliz: Becker at East Ruston, Norf. Anab. 25 July 
Licence to Henry Symonds to be an Anab. Teacher in the howse of 

John Hagges at Northwalsha, Norfolke. 25 July 
The howse of John Haggs at Northwalsha, Norfolk Anab. 25 July 
Licence to Jarvis Bryan to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at Old Swin- 

ford, Worcester. 25 July 
The howse of Jarvis Bryan at Old Swinford, Wore. 25 July 
Licence to Rich: Serjeant to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Hagley, 

Wore. 25 July. 
The howse of John Cotrocke in Audley Parish, Staff. Bapt. 25 July 
Licence to John Spencer to be a Bapt. Teacher in the howse of Anth: 

Spinage at Cheston, Hartford. 25 July 



E (210). 

Licence to W m Randall to be a Bapt. Teacher in the howse of Rich: 

Egerton at Potley, Somersett. 25 July 
The howse of Rich. Egerton at Potley Somersett, Bapt. 25 July 
Licence to Jeremiah Paine to be a Bapt. Teacher in the howse of 

Richard Shoare at little Whatley, Somersett 25 July 
The howse of Richard Shoare at little Whatley, Somersett B. 25 July 
The howse of Rob. Berren at Gillingham, Dorsett Pr. 25 July 
Licence to John Whiteman of Cardington, Bedf. to be a Grail Congr. 

Teaeher. 25 July. 
Licence to Henry Maurice to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

Edm: Symonds at Round Acton, Salop. 25 July 
The howse of Edm: Symonds at Round Acton Salop C. 25 July 
Like for Widow Zanchey's howse at Stretton, Salop 25 July 
Like for David Williams's howse at Penniarth, Merion. 25 Tuly 
Like for John Owen's house in Errowgoyel, Merion. 25 July 
Like for John Kynaston's howse at Bryng, Mountgom. 25 July 



536 S. P. T>om. E. B. 38A 

E (210) continued. 

Like for Lazarus Thomas's howse at Westfclton, Salop 25 July 

Licence to Mich: Paine to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Thorneton, 

Leic. 25 July 
The howse of Sam: Sillito in Audley, Stafford Bapt. 25 July 
The howse of Huan Duffield in Sherburne, Yorke Congr. 25 July 
Licence to Zachary Crofton to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in 

Tower Hill London. 25 July 
Licence to John Smith to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse at Castle- 
hold in the Isle of Wight. 25 July. 
Like to John Strawger in the howse of John Browne at Metfield, 
Suffolke. 



E (211). 

Licence to Thomas Shevell to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in 

Lenham Parish, Kent. 25 July. 
The howse of Rob: Yates in Warrington, Lane. Pr. 25 July 
The howse of Jeremiah Saunders in Burton Warw. Bapt. 25 July 
Like for Tho: Matthews howse in Brandon, Warw. 25 July 
Licence to John Wallaston to be a Bapt. Teacher in the howse of 

Thomas Matthews in Brandon, Warw. 2 $ July 
Like to John Gammidge to be a Bapt. Teacher in the howse of 

Jeremiah Saunders in Burton Warw. 25 July 
The howse of Widow Onely in long Lowford Warw. Bapt. 25 July 
Licence to John Wilcox to be Bapt. Teacher in the howse of Widow 

Onely in long Lowford, Warw. 25 July 
The long loft in Park Hellen belonging to Tho: Smaley of Penryn, 

Cornw. Pr. Meeting place. 25 July. 
Like for John Cambridges howse in Millar Parish, Corn: 25 July 
Licence to John Cambridge to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Miler 

Parish Cornwall 25 July. 
The howse of Tho: Darlish in Stoneleigh Parish, Somersett Pr. 25 July 
Like for Thomas Barby's howse there. 25 July. 
The howse of Rob: Morley in Tadcaster, Yorke Congr. 25 July 
The howse of John Winterton at little Worth Leic. Pr. 25 July. 
Like for the howse of Tho: Goslett Esq 1 " in Marsfield Gloc. 25 July. 
The howse of Brown in Longdon, Staff. Congr. 25 July 

Licence to Tho: Backwell to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

. . . Brown in Longdon, Staff. 25 July. 



E (212). 

The old Court howse in Balling at Ludlow, Salop Pr. 25 July 
Like for Tho: FroyselPs howse at Lanterdine, Heref. 25 July 
Like for W m Swaines howse at Withybrooke, Warw. 25 July 
The howse of Rich: Hlggoni at Ludford, Salop Congr. 2$ July 
Licence to Rich: Higgons to he a Congr. Teacher in his how 

Ludford, Salop. 2$ July. 
Licence to Tho: Froysell to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at Lainter- 

dine, Hereford. 25 July. 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 38A 537 

E (212) continued. 

The howse of John Yates at Benstead, Hants Congr. 25 July 

Licence to John Yates to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse at Benstead, 

Hants. 25 July 
Licence to W m Swaine to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at Withy- 

brooke, Warw. 25 July. 
The howse of Edw. Harrison in Petty France, London Bapt. 25 July 
The howse of Humphrey Philips in Briston, Somer. Pr. 25 July 
Like for Mary Moores howse at Ivellhester, Somersett. 25 July 
Like for W m Gills howse at Taunton, Somersett 25 July 
Like for John Case's howse in S l Giles's in the Fields in Midd. 25 July 
Like for Tho: Shewell's house at Lenham, Kent. 25 July 
Licence to Tho: Shewell to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in 

Lenham, Kent. 25 July. 
The howse of Widow Smirt at Everstame, Wore. Cong. 2$ July 
Licence to Tho: Beech to be a Bapt. Teacher in the howse of John 

Cotrocke in Audley Parish, Stafford. 25 July 
Like to Tho: Sillito in the howse of Sam: Sillito in Audley Stafford. 

25 July 



E (213). 

The howse of W m Power in Ashburton, Warwick for Bapt. [Congr.] 
25 July. 

Like for the howse of Geo: Harris in the Parish of S l Botalph Alders- 
gate, London. 25 July. 

Licence to Dan. Rayner to be a Congr. Pr. Teacher in his howse in 
Eggume, Surrey. 25 July 

The howse of W m Brice of Maidenhead, Berks Pr. 25 July. 

Licence to W m Brice to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at Maidenhead, 
Berks. 25 July 

The howse of Henry Harding at Wakton, Bucks Pr. 25 July. 

Like for the howse of Zachary Crofton in Tower hill, London 25 July 

Licence to Edw: Price to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse in Here- 
ford. 25 July. 

The howse of Mary Blomfield in Disse, Norfolk Congr. 25 July. 

Like for the howse of Rob: Burtsha in Disse, Norf. 25 July. 

The howse of Jeremiah Brian in Disse, Norfolk, Pr. 25 July. 

Licence to Rob: Morley to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse at 
Denham, Suffolk. 25 July. 

The howse of Rob: Morley at Denha, Suffolke Congr. 25 July. 

The howse of Clement Warren in Rumsey, Wilts Pr. 25 July. 

Like for the howse of John Warren at Bredland, Wilts, 25 July 

Licence to Henry Butler to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 
Matthew Morris at Mayden Bradly, Wilts. 25 July. 

The howse of Matthew Morris at Maydon Bradly, Wilts Congr. 
25 July. 

Licence to Thomas Warren to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of Ucm: 
Warren in Rumsey, Wilts. 25 July. 

The howse of John Warren at Rumsey, Wilts Pr. 25 July. 



538 S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 

E (214). 

Like for the howse of Tho: Burbanks at Ramsey, Hants 25 July 

The howse of Henry Withers at Trunck, Norfolk Congr. 25 July. 

Like for the howse of John Google there, 25 July. 

Like for the howse of Anthony Steward in Tunstead, Norfolk 

25 July 
Licence to Thomas Plant to be an Anab. Teacher in the howse of 

Rich: Horton in little Morefields, London. 25 July 
The howse of Rich: Whitall at Warton, Hereford. Anab. 25 July 
Like for the howse of Rich: Horton in little Morefields, London 

25 July 
Like for the howse of John Leeds at Manchester, Lane. 25 July 
The howse of Rob: Rowsall at Clarke, Wilts Pr. 25 July 
Licence to Thomas Hemings of Dearehurst Gloc. to be a Grail Congr. 

Teacher. 
Licence to Oliver Heywood to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of John 

Butterworth in the Parish of Hallifax, 25 July. 
The howse of John Butterworth at Hallifax Pr. 25 July. 
The howse of John Browne at Metfield, Suffolk Congr. 25 July 
The howse of Hen: Osland at Bewdley Wore. . 

The house of Richard Sappers at Ashburton in Devon Pre. 25 th July 
William Clarke of y e Bapt. p r in his owne house at Witham ffrary in 

in Our County of Sommerse 1 July 25 th 

[The two preceding entries in another hand i.e., that at the top 
of E (196). Ed.] 

The howse of John Smith at Hadligh, Suffolke Pr. 25 July 
The howse of W m Keeling at Ashurston, Warw. Bapt. 25 July 
Licence to W m Sadler to be an Anab: Teacher in his howse in Nun- 
eaton, Warw. 25 July 
Licence to Peter Williams of Yorke to be a Grail Pr. Teacher 

25 July 
The howse of James Calvert in Yorke Pr. 25 July 



E (215). 

Like for the howse of Nathan: Lamb in Yorke. 25 July 

The howse of Artula Wrightson in Aulne Parish, Yorke Pr 

25 July 
Licence to James Calvert to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Yorke. 

25 July. 
Licence to W m Ads to be an Anab. Teacher in the howse of 

W m Lewse at Weeke, Wilts. 25 July 
Licence to John Gosnald to be an Anab. Teacher in the howse of 

Richard Horton in little Morefields, London. 25 July 
The howse of Widow Randall in North Bradley, Wilts Pr. 

25 July 
Like for the howse of Jiabod Homes in Broadpoole, Dorsett 

25 July 
Licence to Thomas Collier to be a Pr. Teacher in the hows 

Widow Randall at North Bradley, Wilts. 25 July. 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 539 



E (215)- continued. 

Licence to W' Fletcher to be a Bapt. Teacher in his howse at 

Chichester. 25 July. 
Licence to Rowland Nevett to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse at 

Weston, Salop. 25 July 
The howse of Rowland Nevett at Weston, Salop Congr. 25 July. 
Licence to Tho: Burroughs to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at 

Malpas, Cestr. 25 July 
The howse of Tho : Burrough at Malpas, Cestr. Pr. 25 July. 
The howse of Tho: Hamnett at Renbury, Cestr. 25 July. 
Like for the howse of Tho: Hamnet at Renbury, Cestr. Congr. 

25 July. 
Like for the howse of Ellis Davis at Bodveyny, Merion. 25 July. 
Like for the howse of Fran: Wolps at Elsmore, Salop. 25 July. 
Like for the howse of Geo: Hamnett at Monks Capnall, Cestr. 25 July. 
Licence to James White to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of Geo: 

Hamnett at Monks Copnall in Copnall, Cestr. 25 July 
Licence to Henry Osland to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at Bawdley, 

Wore. 25 July. 
The howse of John Wilde at Cookeley, Suffolk Congr. 25 July. 



E (216). 

Licence to John Strowger to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

John Wild at Cookeley, Suffblke. 25 July 
Licence to W m Johnson to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at Falalees, 

Northumber. 25 July. 
The howse of W m Hooper in the Parish of Mountague, Somersett Pr. 

25 July. 
The howse of John Baker at Curry mallett, Somersett Pr. 25 July. 
The howse of R<* Berkes at Old Swinford, Wore. Pr. 25 July 
Like for the howse of R d Serjeant at Hagley, Wore. 25 July 72. 

[From this point to the second line on E (217) in another hand the same 
as on E (194). Ed.] 

The house of Margery Milward att Dudley in Wore: July 25 th 72 
Licence to Roger Baldwin of Copall in Lancashire a gen a11 Teacher 

July 25 th 72 
Licence to Jonathan Jennings to be a Baptist Teacher in y e house of 

George Harris neer Alderjate in london July 25 th 72 
the house of Edw: Bennett att Brawham in Som. July 25 th 27 
the house of John Smith of Castlehold in y e Isle of Waight 

July 25 th 72 
Licence to Edw: Bennett of Brawham in Somersett to be a Presbyterien 

Teacher att his owne abovesd. July 25 th 72 
Licence to Tho: Tayler to be a Congr. Teacher in his owne house in 

Gracchurch Street London Jyly 25 th 72 
the house of Tho: Tayler in Gracechurch Street in london 

July 25 th 72 
The house of W m Borton in y e Towne of Disse in Norfolk 

July 25 th 72 



54Q S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 

E (216) continued. 

Licence to W m Burton to be a Cong: Teacher in the County & his 

house abovesaid July 25 th 72 
The house of Nathaniell Read of Croyden in Surry July 25: 72 



E (217). 

Licence to Edw: Baker to be a Cong: Teacher att the house of Read 

aforesaid att Croyden in y e County of Surry. July 25 72 

[From this point again in B.'s handwriting. Ed.] 
Licence to Rob. Rowsall to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at Clarke, 

Wilts. 25 July 
Like for the howse of Hannah Homes at Ansty in Coventry, 25 July. 
Like for John Braine's howse at little Dean, Gloc. 25 July. 
Licence to John Willis of Minhead, Somersett to be a Grail. Pr. 

Teacher. 25 July. 
The howse of Hierome Littlejohn at North Cadbury, Somersett Pr. 

25 July. 
Licence to Hierome littlejohn to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse at 

North Cadbury, Somersett. 25 July. 
The howse of Fran: Trebell at Barlington, Wore. Congr. 25 July. 
Licence to Rob. Yeats of Warrington, Lane, to be a Grail Pr. Teacher. 

25 July. 
Like to Henry Pendlebury of Tottington, Lane. 25 July. 
The howse of Edw: Miles at Woodstock, Oxon. Pr. 25 July. 
The howse of W m Johnson at Falalees, North. Pr. 25 July. 
Like for the howse of Hen: Osland at Bewdley, Wore. Pr. 25 July. 
The howse of Hugh Edwards at Oswestry, Denbigh Congr. 

25 July 
Like for the howse of John Hughes at Glimmin, Denbigh 25 July 
The howse of John Case in Great Queen Street London Pr. 

25 July. 

E (218). 

The howse of Anth: Spinage at Cheston, Hartford Bapt. 2$ July 

The howse of Edw: Price in Hereford Congr. 25 July 

The howse of Dan: Rayner in Eggum, Surrey Pr. 25 July 

The howse of Dav: Coude of Tavestock, Devon Congr. 25 July 

Licence to Edw. Harrison to be a Anab. Teacher in his howse in Petty 

France, London 25 July. 
The howse of Rich: Davisen at Ash Church Gloc. Congr. 25 July 
Licence to Rich. Warha" to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of ... Nilcock 

at Badsworth, Yorke. 25 July. 
The howse of Nilcock at Badsworth, Yorke Pr. 25 July 

Licence to Peter Williams to be a Pr. Teacher in his own howse in 

Yorke. 25 July. 
The howse of Peter Williams in Yorke Pr. 25 July 
Licence to Tim: Thomas to be a Congr. Teacher in the howsi- m 

Tho: Baker in Swiny, Salop. 25 July. 
The howse of Tho: Baker in Swiny, Salop Congr. 25 July 
Like for the howse of Lidia Woodward at Cookeley Stiff": 25 July 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 54 i 



E (218) continued. 

The howse of Jos: Dawson in Birstoll Parish, Yorke Pr. 25 July 
A large roome over the Markett in Oswelstree, Salop Congr. 25 July 
Licence to Tho: Frencham to be a Congr. Teacher in his howse at 

Selscomb, Sussex 25 July. 
The howse of Tho: Frencham at Selscombe, Sussex Congr. 25 July 
Like for the howse of John Bell at Oldton, Norfolk. 25 July. 
Licence to Rob. Leman to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of John 

Bell at Oldton, Norfolk 25 July. 



E (219). 

The howse of Hen: Weay at Petherbury, Dorsett Pr. 25 July. 
The howse of John Reade at Idmiston, Wilts. Anab. 25 July. 
The howse of Mr. Ewers at Punsborne, Hartford Pr. 25 July. 

Like for the howse of Forthes at S l Giles's in ye Fields 

Midd. 25 July. 

oTedou e t licence to John Heartcliffe to be a Pr. Teacher in the 

howse of Forthes of St. Giles's in the Fields, Midd. 

25 July. 

Licence to Tho: Spatchett to be a Congr. Teacher in the howse of 

Lidia Woodward at Cookeley, SufF. 25 July. 
The howse of Sam: Perry at Chomfalcon, Somersett Pr. 25 July. 
Like for W m Gerards howse at Wincalton, Somersett 25 July. 
Licence to John Walker to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of James 

Holland at Newton in Manchester Parish, Lane. 25 July. 
The howse of James Holland in Newton, Lane. Pr. 25 July. 
Licence to Wm. Rutty to be an Anab. Teacher in the howse of Abr. 

Little at Whitby, Wilts. 25 July. 
The howse of Abr. Little at Whitby, Wilts. Anab. 25 July 
The howse of W m Lewse at Weeke, Wilts Anab. 25 July. 
The howse of Sam: Sprint at Clutford, Hants Pr. 25 July. 
Licence to Joseph Gill of Stockton upon Tine, Northumb. to be a Grail 

Congr. Teacher 25 July. 
The howse of Tho: Mortlock at Finchingfield, Essex Pr. 25 July. 
Like for the howse of Tho: Shewell in Lenham, Kent 25 July 
Licence to Rob. Molesey to be a Pr. Teacher in the Barne belonging 

to John Bothames in Cloughead, Darby 25 July. 



E (220). 

The howse of John Butterworth in the Parish of Hallifax, Yorke Pr. 

25 July. 
Licence to Oliver Heywood to be a Pr. Teacher in the howse of John 

Butterworth in Hallifax Parish, 25 July 
Licence to Tho: Birbwick to be a Pr. Teacher in his howse in Sheffeild, 

Yorke. 25 July. 
The howse of Tho: Birbwick at Sheffield, Yorke Pr. 25 July. 

[From this point the handwriting is different. Ed.] 
house of John Goslett att marchfield in Glostersh. Pr. 25 July: 



542 S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 

E (220) continued. 

house of John Dearsely in S l Andrews in Norwich July 25 

Like for the house of Thomas Brightwin of Pulham Mary in Norffolke 

25* July 
Like for the house of John ffoyster at Kenninghall in Norffolke July 

ye 25 th 
Like for the house of John Browne of Wymondham in Norffolke 

July 25* 
a Like for the house of John ffawles in Banwell in Norffolke July 25 th 
a Lycence for Milman to teach in the house of W m Richards in 

Langume in Monm th 25 th July 
Licence to Samuell Bowdon to be a Bapti Teach att the house of W m 

Browne of Stockport in Kent. July 25 
The house of W m Browne att Stockport in Kent July 25 Baptist 

perswation 

E (221). 

Licence to Rich. Taylor to be a Pr. Teacher att his owne house att 

Skechly in Warwick July 25 th 
The house of Rich. Taylor of Skecly. Pr. in Warwick. July 25 th 
Licence to John Lea to be a Pr. Teacher att his owne house att Bag- 
worth in Leicestershire July 25 th 
The house of John Lea Pr. att Bagworth in Leicest 1 " July 25 th 
Licence to Adam Martendall to be a Pr. Teacher att y e house of 

Humphrey Peacocke att Rosterne in Cheshire July 25 th Pr 
The house of Humphry Peacock att Rosterne in Cheshire July 25 Pr. 
Licence to Rich: Southall to be a Pr. Teacher att the house of 

Matthew Hubbard att Mitch Ashby in Leicestersh: July 25 
Licence to Tho: Collier Congre Teacher att the house of Rob 1 Run well 

att Southwick in Wilts July 25 th 
the house of Rob 1 Runwell att Southwick Wilts July 25 th 
Licence to Joseph Dawson to be a Pr. Teacher att the house of y srt 

Dawson att Bristell in Yorksft. July 25 th . 
Licence to W m Keeling to be a Bap 1 Teacher att his owne house att 

Athurston in Warwickshi: July 25 
The house of John Searles att Wye in Kent for Bapt. July 25 th 
Licence to Nathaniell Byefield to be a Bap ts Teacher att the house of 

John Oldmixton att Bridgwater In Somersett July 25 th 
The house of John Oldmixton att Bridgwater in Somersettsh. July 25 th 

Bapt. 
The house of W m Eles att fflamstead in Harfordsn. Congregationall 

July 25 th 

E (222). 

The house of W m ffletcher att Chichester of Baptist pswation July 25 th 

The house of Robert Goodwin Called Fairly att East Greastead in 

Sussex Pr. July 25 th 
The house of Charles Gore att Touster in Northamptonsh. Cong 
July 25 

I Prom this point to the third entry from bottom of E (223) in another 
hand. Ed.] 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 543 



E (222) continued. 

A Lycence for Richard Easame to be a Baptist teacher in his owne 

house at Norwell in Nottinghamshire 
Like Lycence for Edward Browne Baptist to preach in the house of 

Robert Carleton att Moreland in Lincolnshire 
Like to Richard Drayton to bee A Presbyterien teacher in the house of 

John Wall att Desford in Lycestershire 
A Lycence for the house of Thomas Legg of Ratby in Lycstershire 
Like for John Owneby at Barwell in Lycestershire 
Like for the house of Elias Godeby of Ibstocke in Lycestershire 
Like for the house of Richard Batts of Ibstocke in Lycestershire 
Like for Edward Choney at Earleshalton in Lycestershire Aug. 8 th 
William Biges to Teach in the said Choneys house there. Bp. 
A Lycence to Christopher Joanes Baptist teacher at the house of John 

Partridge at Northperrott in Sommersetshire Aug 8 th 
A Lycence to Thomas Miller Baptist teacher at the house of John 

Partridg at North perrott in Sommersetshire Aug 8 th 
A Lycence to William Ireland Baptist teacher at the house of Robert 

Cartiss at Southperrott in Dorsetshire Aug 
A Lycence for Jeremiah Dry Baptist Teacher at the house of Robert 

Cartisse at South perrott in Dorsetshire Aug 8 th 
A Lycence to William Bagshaw Presbyt: Teacher at the house of 

William Garlicke of Denting in Yorkshire Aug: 8 th 
A Lycence to Christopher Scot Presti: teacher at the house of Robert 

Butler of Brittlewell in Essex Aug 8 th 
A generall Lycence to Able Oldham Pres. at Ashton under Line 

Lancasft. Aug 8 th 
The house of Nicholas Crandy at Thornton in Lycestersft Aug 8 th 
A Like for Thomas Coale at Wincanton in Sommersetsh Aug 8 th 
Like for Thomas Williamson Scotter in Lycestersh Aug 8 lh 
A Lycence to John Kitchin Baptist teacher at the house of John Perkines 

at Shalton in Warwicksn Aug 8 lh 



E (223). 

The house of John Hartill at Fillongby in Warwickshire Aug 8 th 

a Like for John Harper at Wallington in Oxfordshire Aug 8 th 

a Lycence to William Aldridge Baptist Teacher at the house of Thomas 

George of Earle Stoake in Wiltshire Aug 8 th 
Like to Richard Hobbs Baptist teacher at the house of Joane Colemar 

at Lower Deale in Kent Aug. 8 th 
Like to William Woolhouse Baptist teacher at his owne house at Sutton 

in Nottinghamshire. August 8 th 
Like to John Kern Baptist teacher at the house of Richard Cox of 

Wadlingford in Berkshire August 8 tb 
Like to Edward Stennett Baptist Teacher at his owne house at Walling- 

ford in Berkshire August 8 th 
Like to Edward Taylor Presby Teacher at the house of Nicholas Grandy 

at Thornton in Lycestershire August 8 th 
the John Oxford at Earle Stoake in Wiltshire Aug 8 th 



544 & P> T)om - B. 3 8a 

E (223) continued. 

A Licence to Daniell Perchard Presb. Teacher in his owne house in 

S 1 Sampson parish in our Island of Gournezey Aug: 1 2 
Like to Thomas Marchant Presh. teacher at his owne house in S 1 Samp- 
sons parish in our Island of Gournezey Aug. 1 2 
Like to Charles de La March Presb. teacher at his owne house in 

St. Petters port parish in our Island of Gournezey : Aug. 1 2 
Like to John Rogers Preshy teacher in the house of Robert Nichoalson 

in Darlington in Durham August: 12 
Lycence for the house of Thomas Greg at Harshaw in Lancash. 

Augu. 12 
Like for the house of John Middleton in Darlington in Durham 

Aug: 12 
Like for a Meeting house adjoyning the Deweling house of Richard 

Moore in Kingsnorton in Wocestershire August 12 
Like for the house of Richard Moore in Kings norton Wocestersn: 

Au: 12 
The House of Rich: Easam att Norwell in Nottinghamsh. August y e 

io th Bptis 
The house of Edward Browne att Bassingham in Lincolnesh. August 

io th Bap 1 
The house of John Taylor of Highan in Lincolnesh: August io th 

Bap 1 



E (224). 

The house of John Ward att Moreland in Lincolnsh. August io th 

Bap ls 
The house of John Barker in Brent Broughton in Lincolnesh Aug io th 

Bap 1 
The house of W m Rollingson at Stragglethorpe in Lincolnesh Aug 1 io th 

Bap* 
The house of y e Widtf Brumpton att Cherry Willingham in Lincolnesh: 

Aug 1 io th Bap 1 
The house of John Anderton att Brattlebyrn in Lincolnesh Aug 1 io th 

Bap 1 . 
The house of Eliz: Lylby in ye Citty of Lincolne Aug 1 io th Bap 1 
The house of John Anderton in y e Citty of Lincolne Aug 1 io th Bap 1 
Licence to Rich: Easam to be a bap ts Teacher att his owne house 

Aug 1 io th Bap 1 
The house of W m Woolhouse att Carleton in Nottinghamsh. Aug 1 io th 

Bap 1 
Licence to W m Woolhouse to be a Bap 1 Teacher att his owne house 

abovesaid Aug 1 io th Bap 1 
The house of Robe 1 Colvert att Maskham in Nottinghamsh. Bap tt 

Aug 1 io th 
The house of W m Russell att Searle in Nottinghsh. Bapt. August io th 
The house of W m Hart att Collingham in Nottinghamsh Hap 1 . 

Aug* io th 
The house of Roger ffawne in y Citty of Lincolne Bap* Aug 1 10 th 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 545 



E (225). 

Licence to Roger ffawnes to be a Bapts Teacher att his owene house in 

y e Citty of Lincolne Aug 1 10 th 
The house of Nicholas Archer in y e Citty o Lincolne Bap ts . Aug 1 10 th 
Licence to Nicholas Archer to be a Bap ls Teacher att his house above- 
said Aug 1 10 th 
The house of John Anderton att Brattleby in Lincolnesft Bap 1 

Aug 1 10 th 
The house of Valentine James att Hackthome in Lincolnesft Bap ts 

Aug 1 io th 
Licence to John Anderton a Bap ts Teach att Brattleby in Lincolnesft 

Aug 1 io th 
Licence to Vallentine James to be a Bap ts Teacher att the house of the 

sd James att Hackthorne in Lincolnesft Aug 1 io th 
The house of Rob 1 Wood of Carlneton in Morelond in Lincolnesft. 

Bap^ Aug 1 i o lh 
The said Robert Wood a Teacher att his owne house there 
The house of Edward Brown att Bossingham in Lincolnesft. Bap' 

August io lh 
The said Browne to Teach att his owne house there 
The howse of Alice Tonge in Waldenmore in the Parish of Eccles Lan- 

castr. Pr 13 Aug. [B. Ed.] 

Licence to Zacariah Taylor to be a pr. Teacher att Ratchdall in Lan- 

casft Aug 1 io lh 
Licence to Tho: Baldwin to be a Pr. Teach: att Kidderminster in 

Wostersfi. Aug 1 io lh 



E (226). 

The house of Tho: Joare att Kiderminster in Worcestershire pr. 

Aug 1 io lh 
The house of Anth: Downe of Northam in Devon pr. Aug 1 io lh 
The house of Adam Main [?m] of Northam in Devon pr. Aug 1 10 th 
The house of James Crealock of Littleham in Devon pr. Aug 1 io lh 
Licence to John Herring to be a P r Teach att his owne house att 

South petherwin in Cornwall Aug 1 : io lh 
The house of the said Herring at y e of y e same place 
The house of . . . Suckleyigh of Ermington in Devon pr Aug 1 10 th 
The house of Tho: Gribble att Appledore in Devon pr. Aug 1 10 th 
The house of Peter Homes att Appledore in Devon pr. Aug 1 10 th 
The house of Rich. Tapper att Ashburton in Devon Pr. Aug 1 10 th 
The house of Mary Treludraw att Penrin in Cornwall Pr. Aug 1 10 th 
The house of W m Burton att Silferton in Devon Pr. Aug 1 I0 lh 
The house of Digory Cocks att Chimley in Devon Pr: Aug 1 10 th 
The house of Rob 1 Worth att Brixton in Devon pr. August. 10 th 



The house of Mary Davis att Plumpton Mary in Devon Pr. Aug: I0 lh 
The house of W m Jetson att Shaw in Devon Pr. Aug 1 I0 lh 



546 S. P. T>om. E. B. 38A 

E (227) continued. 

Licence to Lewis Stuckley att Crediton in Devon a Cong: Teacher att 

the house of Clement Lake at y e said place Aug 1 10 th 
The house of Abele Bewsies att Hossington in Somers 1 . Anab ts 

Aug 1 1 o lh 
Licence to Thomas Coale to be a bap 1 Teacher at his owne house att 

Wincanton in Somers 1 Aug 1 10 th 
The house of John Collier of Chedder in SonV Bap 1 . Aug 1 10 th 
Licence to Stephen Ham to be a Bap 1 Teach att y e house of John 

Collier att Chedder in Somers 1 Aug 1 : 10 th 
The house of W m Angeares att S 1 Bennets in Glostenbury in S01T1: 

Aug 1 10 th 
Licence to W m Angeares to be a Bap 1 : Teacher at his owne house at 

the place abovesaid Aug 1 10 th 
The house of Edward Woolcot att Axbridg in Som u Bap 1 Aug 1 10 th 
Licence to Edw: Woolcott (to) be a bap Teach, att his owne house at 

Axbridg in Sumer 1 Aug 1 10 th 
Licence to Rob 1 Addridg to be a bap 1 teacher at the house of Stephen 

Hames att Croscombe in Som 1 Aug 1 io lh 
Licence to W m Higgins to be a bap 1 Teach att y e house of Antho: 

Taunton att Cutbert in Wells Som 1 Aug 1 : io lh 
Licence to Joseph Browne of Loughton in Essex to be a pr. gen a11 

Teacher Aug 1 io lh 



E (228). 

The house of ffrancis fford att Sherborne in Dorsetts. Pr Aug 1 10 th 
The house of Tho: At well att Wingham in Kent Aug* 10 th 
Licence to Sam. Burfett of ffinsbury in London to be a pr gen a11 Teach 

Aug 1 io lh 
The house of Kathe?: Chaffes at Sherborne in Dorsettsh. Pr Aug 1 io lh 
The house of Tho ffoashe att Sutton in Kent Cong Aug* io lh 
The houst; of Tho ffownes att Owndle in Northamptshire Pr. 

Aug 1 10 th 
The house of Rob 1 : Wild of Owndle in Northamptonshire Pr. 

Aug 1 10 th 
Licence to Rob 1 Wild to be a pr. Teach att his owne house abovesd 

Aug 1 10 th 
The house of Rob 1 Rogers in y e Citty of Oxford Cong: Aug 1 io lh 
Licence to Rob 1 Rogers to be a Cong: Teach att his owne house 

abovesaid Aug 1 io lh 
Licence to Henry Cornish to be a Pr. gen a11 Teach att Stanton in 

Oxfordsh Aug 1 io lh 
A Meetting house built by Pr. att Hardshaw in Lancash: Aug 1 10 th 
Licence to Joseph Allen to be a Pr. gen a11 Teacher at Penkivell in 

Cornwall. Aug 1 io tl1 
The house of Th Baldwin of Kiderminster in Worcestersh Pr 

Aug* 10 th 
The house of John Bond att Broomeyard in Heref d sh. Pr. Aug 1 io lh 
The house of Tho: Walker of Hopton in ye County of Salop M 
Aug 1 10 th 



S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 547 

E (229). 

The house of Hen: Seward att Lemster in Herefordsft pr. Aug 10 th 
The house of W ni Greene of Easam in Worcest r sh. pr. Aug 1 10 th 
The house of W m : Hood att Ashby de la Zouch in Leicestersfc pr 

Aug 10 th 
The house of John Bumald a Stoclcland in Som^stl Pr Aug 1 io lh 
The house of Philip Cornish att Kingston in SoriVsft Pr. Aug 10 th 
Licence to Baldwin Deacon to be a Pr Teach at Kingston in 

att the house of Phillipe Cornish there Aug 1 10 th 
The house of Tho: West att Hayes in y e County of Middx Pr 

Ag 1 . 10 th 
Licence Tho: West to be a Pr. Teach: att his owne house att Hayes 

aboves d . Aug 1 10 th 
The house of Tho: Aldwinckle att Wilberston in Northamsh. Cong: 

Aug 1 10 th 
Licence to Sam: BurfFett of Woolledg in Kent Pr Aug 1 10 th to be 

a Gen a11 Teacher 
The house of Rob 1 Greggs att Danbury in Essex Pr Aug 1 10 th 
Licence to John Seaton to be a Presfcy gen ail Teacher att Islip in 

Northsfr. Aug 1 io lh 
The house of Rich Rasbury att Oundle in Northsft. Con. Aug 1 ic th 
Licence to the said Richard Rasbyry to be a Cong: Teacher there. 
A new Meetting house built by Presoy att blackfriergate in Kingston 

upon Hull in Yorksft Aug 1 io lh : 
The house of John Lover att Hailsham in Sussex Cong: Aug 1 10 th 
Licence to John Lover to be a Cong: Teacn att his sd house there 
The house of Peter Adams att Rolnenden in Kent Pr Aug 1 io lh 
The house of W m Silcock att Tenterden in Kent Pr: Aug 1 io lh 
The house of John Barber att Tenterden in Kent Indp Aug 1 io lh 



E (230). 

Licence to James Skeete to be an Indep 1 Teacher att y e 

The house of John Barber att Tenterden in Kent Aug 1 : 10 th 

The house of Sam: Jeqnell att Tettnee in Lincottn Ind 1 : Aug 1 IO 1 ^: 

Licence to Rob 1 Cramlington to be a Inde 1 : Teach, at the house of Sam: 

Joqnell att Tettnee in Lincolnesh Aug io lh 
The house of Clement Needham att Saxeby in Lecestersh. Pr. 

Aug 1 io lh 
The house of George Hubbard att Rearesby in Lecesfshire Pr. 

Aug 1 io lh 
The house of John Woodham att Roothley in Lecesfsn. Aug 1 10 

Pr. 
Licence to John Woodham to be a Pr: Teach att his owne house above 

said Aug 1 io lh 
The house of Henry Phillips of Pettworth in Sussex Pr io lh 
The house of Samuell Charles of Belper in Darbys: Pr. 10 
Licence to Thomas Ogle to be a Cong* 11 Teacn and for his house att 

Chesterfield in Darbysft Aug 1 io lh 

352 



548 S. P. T>om. E. B. 3 8a 

E (230) continued. 

Licence to John Dunce of Burton in GlostTshire Coil Ag 1 10 th to 

be a gen a11 Teacher Aug 1 10 th 
The house of Sam. Charles att Belper in Darbysfc Pr. A io lh 
Licence to Sam. Oatefeild of Alpherton in Darbysfc. To be a gen a11